Farming Simulator 19
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FS19: Baltic Sea V1.1
Become a modern farmer! Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm. Install this Baltic Sea V1.1 Mod for FS 19 and make your farm more successfull then ever.

Farming Simulator 19



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Make your Farming Smulator gameplay more intresting and diversed with this Baltic Sea V1.1. Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm.

Welcome to a small village at the Baltic Sea.
changelog 1.1 (PC)
-collision next to the pig husbandry removed
-manure system lagoon not pre installed anymore
-all collisions optimized
-position of the shed at the biogas plant fixed
-biogas plant unloading station optimized
-invisible plane above field 25/31 removed
-farmsilo is now a multifruit silo
-farm building replaced (note the required mods)
Your farm is surrounded by the beach, but there is no time for a holiday.
The fields and meadows should be easy to manage with medium equipment. There is also a cowshed, pigsty, sheep pen and chicken coop as well as a biogas plant.
I converted the map for Farming Simulator 19, but I redesigned most of the map.
So have fun exploring.
The following features are installed:
-multi terrain angle
-seasons ready
-increased limit for height Types for MaizePlus (PC only)
-manure System (PC only)
-Gates at dealers open at 8 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
Required mods:
-Machine hall by [DMI]20mmNormandy
-Maschinenhalle by Danielx321
-Manure System (PC only)

How to install this mod: download and transfer the archive with Baltic Sea V1.1 mod to the folder MyDocuments/MyGames/FarmingSimulator2019/mods

It is important to remember that mods work only in ZIP archives. If the downloaded archive is in a different format (for example, RAR) – then inside it is likely one or more ZIP-archives that need to be extracted (as a rule, this applies to map mods and mod packs).

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