**Goodgame Big Farm Crops Profit Guide**by Knaves2

So I sat down and did the math, and (assuming I did it right), if you're looking for straight profit from your crops, here's how it breaks down. These numbers are based off a farm with a -42% running costs, and standard fields, so your mileage may vary.

Wildflowers sell for $1 per unit. You grow 15 at a time, and they cost nothing to plant.

They take 2 minutes to grow. So 15 X $1, -0, times 30 harvests per hour = $450 per hour.

Corn sells for $6 per unit. You grow 15 at a time, and they cost $52 to plant. They take 5 minutes to grow. So 15 X $6, - $52, times 12 harvest per hour = $456 per hour.

Cabbage sells for $5 per unit. You grow 40 at a time, and they cost $129 to plant. They take 45 minutes to grow. 40 X $5, - $129, times 1.33 harvest per hour = $95 per hour.

Wheat sells for $30 per unit. You grow 40 at a time, and they cost a whopping $746 to plant. They take 6 hours to grow. 40 X $30, -$746, times 0.167 harvest per hour = $76 per hour.

Again, this is a) assuming I ran the numbers right (feel free to correct if you see something wrong), and b) that you're only taking into consideration the sell value of the crops. Once you use those crops to make feed, and turn that into eggs, pigs, or milk, all bets are off.

Hope I did that right, and I'm not leading you astray!

If anybody wants to run these numbers with higher level fields, just to see how things change, I think that'd be pretty neat. I don't expect Wildflowers or Corn to change much, but Cabbages and Wheat should be totally different.

My thanks to Knaves for starting this off. I have taken his figures and reworked them using 0 comfort to give a minimum profit. If anyone makes less than this then you need more comfort. More comfort equals more profit! Further I have worked out for all levels of fields and production sheds

FIELDS

Wild Flowers ($1) 2min/crop = 30 crops/hour

Cost $0

Profit/hr

L1 15 x 1 x 30 = $450

L2 16 x 1 x 30 = $480

L3 17 x 1 x 30 = $510

L4 18 x 1 x 30 = $540

Corn ($6) 5 min/crop = 12 crops per hour

Cost $58

Profit/hr

L1 15 x 6 = 90 - 58 = 32 x 12 = $344

L2 16 x 6 = 96 - 58 = 38 x 12 = $456

L3 17 x 6 = 102 - 58 = 44 x 12 = $528

L4 18 x 6 = 108 - 58 = 50 x 12 = $600

Cabbage ($5) 45 min/crop = 1.33crops per hour

Cost $150

Profit Profit/hr

L1 40 x 5 = 200 - 150 = $50 x 1.33 = $66.5

L2 41 x 5 = 205 - 150 = $55 x 1.33 = $73.15

L3 49 x 5 = 245 - 150 = $95 x 1.33 = $126

L4 50 x 5 = 250 - 150 = $100 x 1.33 = $133

L5 59 x 5 = 295 - 150 = $145 x 1.33 = $172.9

Wheat ($30) 6 hour crop

Cost $1,000

Profit Profit/hr

L1 40 x 30 = 1200 - 1000 = $200 / 6 = $33.33

L2 65 x 30 = 1815 - 1000 = $815 / 6 = $135.83

L3 70 x 30 = 2100 - 1000 = $1100 / 6 = $183.33

L4 90 x 30 = 2700 - 1000 = $1700 / 6 = $283.33

L5 95 x 30 = 2850 - 1000 = $1850 / 6 = $308.33

Apples ($44)

Cost:- manure = 1290>production = 3070. Total $4360

Profit

L1 325 x 44 - 4360 = $ 9940

L2 355 x 44 - 4360 = $11260

L3 390 x 44 - 4360 = $12800

L4 425 x 44 - 4360 = $14340

L5 475 x 44 - 4360 = $16540

PRODUCTION SHEDS

Chickens ($3) 13min / shed = 4.6 / hour

Costs:- 2 corn = $116> Feed = $24> production = $30. Total $170

Profit Profit/hr

L1 124 x 3 = 372 - 170 = $202 x 4.6 = $ 932.3

L2 133 x 3 = 399 - 170 = $239 x 4.6 = $1099.4

L3 145 x 3 = 435 - 170 = $265 x 4.6 = $1219

L4 156 x 3 = 468 - 170 = $298 x 4.6 = $1370.8

L5 166 x 3 = 498 - 170 = $328 x 4.6 = $1508.8

Pigs ($5) 1 hr 10 mins / shed = .857 / hour

Costs:- 2 cabbage = $160> feed = $87>production=$149. Total $396

profit

L1 130 x 5 = 650 - 396 = $254

L2 140 x 5 = 700 - 396 = $304

L3 150 x 5 = 750 - 396 = $354

L4 155 x 5 = 775 - 396 = $379

L5 160 x 5 = 800 - 396 = $404

Cows => Milk ($25) 7 hours / shed

Costs:- wheat = 2112>feed = 1850>production = 827. Total $4789

Profit profit/hr

L1 230 x 25 = 5750 - 4789 = $ 961 / 7 = $137

L2 265 x 25 = 6625 - 4789 = $1836 / 7 = $262

L3 290 x 25 = 7250 - 4789 = $2461 / 7 = $352

L4 320 x 25 = 8000 - 4789 = $3211 / 7 = $459

L5 345 x 25 = 8625 - 4789 = $3836 / 7 = $548

Comfort plays a big role in reducing you costs, the more you have the cheaper

things become and more profit. The water tower reduces the amount of feed and manure required by 10% up to 50% (i.e. L1 -L5)

I hope this helps to answer the questions relating to money and profit.

Happy Farming

NEIL572

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