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Delivery Truck

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By the time you have planted a few crops, you should look towards the truck which waits patiently at the end of the drive up to your house. Click on the noticeboard to the left of the truck to see all the current orders that have been tabled. Each order that you fulfil will earn you a particular amoung of Coins. Some orders need just one item, others are fairly complex, and will reward you with more Coins, as well as XP, upon completion.

The Delivery Truck will trundle along the road up to your farm, at which point you should brace yourself to receive lots of requests for produce. The truck will wait for you to fulfil an order before it returns to its point of origin. It will then come back to your farm, complete with your reward for completing the job.

TIP: Check the XP and Coin rewards before agreeing to dispatch any particular order. It may be that an item you are selling forms a part of a more lucrative order, and by selling it rather than waiting for the other items for the better order you are missing out.

The Delivery Truck forms a vital part of your farm's economy
The Delivery Truck forms a vital part of your farm's economy
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4 comments, latest first.
Mar 21st 2015 Guest
Check your WHOLE order before you start filling it! A couple times I thought, "Oh, I can make that and that and that," only to realize that I didn't have the raspberry bush to make the raspberry muffin or the loom to make the sweater and had to ditch the order. I just ordered the cake oven, but I can't fulfill orders until it's operational.

Most of the time when I put stuff in my roadside stand it's to make space in my silo. Sometimes I've bought something from others to fulfill an order after I've started making something (only to realize it takes too long -- should have ditched it!) and then I put that item I don't need anymore in my stand.
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Aug 10th 2014 Guest
i cnt do any of my truck orders they shouldnt put the things on theh order sheet if the peple dont have them thing to make it
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Feb 19th 2014 Guest
so easy
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Jan 1st 2014 Guest
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