HI...45 is the maximum. Although because of past glitches, some may have more.
I've been in the Grand Prix for a while now - have come in first or second every week - mostly because no one else seems to participate - have not yet seen a prize. Once I get all of my horses emptied out I'm not going to bother any more.
If inadvertently lost Farmbucks you need to contact support directly only they can provide a refund or such if you explain the situation and perhaps at times Screenshots do help. To show before and after the loss as well.
Unless it's been recently changed - the boost starts automatically when you get back from the fair - if you are in first you need to plan for it before you go.
Nope - nothing - the end is currently the end.
This must be an old quest or something
Maybe you were in game too long it didn't save your work and the page needed to be refreshed
Try again or have support push you through possibly or just skip completing
Here is the basic check list and priority of what animals I put in my Prized Barn. I've grouped them into low - medium -high. Depend on your needs, they may differ, but this gives you a good starting point.
It's important to always put your best XP producing animal in the Prized pen. For example, when putting your rabbits in the pen, look for the Harlequins. They will generate your best XP, along with the desired outputs.
If you have the Level 100 barn and looking to maximize your blue ribbon count, dropping all non-blue ribboned prized animals in there would be ideal. Just remember to remove them all once your ribbon has been reached.
Managing the prized animal barn can take a bit of work, but it is well worth it. Feeding it every day is important XP, and you should never want for prized animal goods.
Low Priority (1-3)
Goats - goat cheese
Ducks, geese - white feathers
Cows - swiss cheese
Deer (some)- antlers
Peacocks - peacock plume
Ostrich - ostrich plume
Pheasant - quill
Mini goat - cashmere fine wool
Medium Priority (3-6)
Chickens - brown eggs useful in many crafts
Donkeys - burlap often needed in quests
Buffalo, Deer - fine fur needed in quests
Rabbits - fine wool, used often
Sheep - fine fleece, used often
Horses - many saddles are often needed for OB
Otters - mussel shells, kiln crafting item which gives high XP
Turtles - seaweed is always for the OB crafts
Priority (fill in the rest of the barn)
Any animal which you have not blue-ribboned.
Any other animal with high XP payout (32+) i.e. polish sliver-laced chickens
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No it is not for big gamers. Just the way the game has been and more. Your level or what they think you are capable of and more so be used to it.
This is not a suggestion item but a common rule of the game as to what the tasks have
I would before you say yes to things like this ASK before doing because it might be more than you can chew or something you don't want to do