FS17 Blake Farm Map v1.0.0.0

FS17 Blake Farm Map v1.0.0.0

Welcome to Blake Farm
Blake Farm is a small farm based between Vassar and Frankemuth, Michigan. It also happens to be where I grew up. It’s a 2x map based on my grandpa’s farm. My grandpa had no interest in being a big time farmer, deciding instead to stay out of debt and live simply within his means. So I made it a point to keep this map as simple as possible.

My grandpa raised corn, soybeans, wheat and raised 10-15 feeder steers at a time. You start off with all the fields my grandpa owned in real life, 15 cows, hay, straw, silage, and a healthy bit of equipment. There is a working fermenting stave silo for silage. My grandpa also owned the farm to the north where you’ll find the combine and some other equipment. There is a grass area here that I made sure was flat so it can be used for placeable grain bins, etc.
The map has chopped straw and is seasons ready.

Sell points are tucked into the SW corner of the map along with a paved area for placeables. I used as many local companies as possible. There is also a sheep farm, a pig farm, and an arable farm with a large shed and grain silos. The wood stove in the back yard of the cow farm does have a wood sell point in it and there are a group of pine trees in the middle of the woods directly south of Field 2 to recreate our winter activity of cutting wood. South of Field 3 there is a small open area. My great great grandfather had apple trees here and I left it open for those who like to use a fruit tree mod.

Animal load triggers are found at the entrance gates at each animal area. The animal dealer is across the road from the rest of the sell points. Here you’ll find a silage clamp, a hay/straw trigger (by the bales) and a silage sell trigger in the back.

An additional hay/straw trigger can be found east of the farm at Kilborn’s.
You’ll find the same textures found on Autumn Oaks, including alfalfa and soybean row spacing to reflect what is typically seen in the U.S. In this area of Michigan the main crops are corn, soybeans, wheat, and sugar beets. There are a couple of potato farms and apple orchards in the area as well.

The machine shed at both the cow farm and the arable farm do have equipment triggers. Turn on your interactive zone markers to find the location of these triggers.

This map is dedicated to my late grandpa, Darwin Blake. He instilled in me a love of farming and while it wasn’t in the cards for me to carry on as a the 5th generation of Blake Farm in real life, there’s no reason I can’t do it in a game. I’ve always wanted a map that makes me feel like home. After spending many hours on this map, I’m happy to say I’ve accomplished my goal. I went into this project only knowing how to edit maps in Giants Editor and I came out learning a lot more than I thought possible.

A huge thank you to cwj108 for giving his permission to use Autumn Oaks as my starter map. I also want to give a tip of the hat to BulletBill83. CPF was the first map I came across that was based on a real life location and it planted the first bug in my mind that this map could be possible.

Credits:
cwj108
BulletBill83
Oxygendavid
RAND0Msparks
Tex57
CBJ Midwest Modding
NLDFarmers
Marhu
SickleBandit
Lindbejb Modding
Blacksheep Modding
blueweb
Reaper9111
DR Modding
flatlander84
BocieK17
Desperados93
If anyone was left out, let me know and I will glady add you to the list.

If you notice any mistake, please let us know.

What is this mod use for
Farming Simulator 2017 Mods are one of the greatest upgrades and can make your game unique. Downloading and adding FS 17 mods to your game is not difficult at all – you simply need to save a file and run it. Each Farming Simulator 17 Mod will provide you with particular options so go ahead and add it to your version. Few clicks and you will be able to use all extra features that were only imaginary before. It is the easiest way to get the best of the game, your opponents will be surprised!


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1 Response

  1. Spencer says:

    Instead of the bins holding 100,000. Change it into 100,000,000 like some other maps. I planted tons of corn and only one trailer of corn was poured into the bins. other than that, love the map!!

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