Farmville Horseman's Hollow Farm Beat Horseman's Hollow Strategy Guide

As with most new farms, Farmville Will soon be releasing a Beat Horseman's Hollow event to our farms, to enable players to earn a free shipping license. This is a 5 part challenging quest that involves completing many aspects of the farm. Your Dirt Farmer team has a guide with some tips for you, to help you accomplish this task more quickly and simply if you so choose. Check out the details below and please do share with friends if you find our post helpful.

For our post with all the specific requirements of the Beat Horseman's Hollow Event click here. For The Complete Guide to The Horseman's Hollow  Farm click here.

The first stage in Beat Horseman's Hollow is completing all 11 levels of  the Town Hollow . The Town Hollow is at Stage 0 when you arrive, so when you complete stage 10 and can no longer add parts, you are done.
This building requires around 424 parts (Remember this is a SMART BUILDABLE, so parts required can vary considerably either up or down by player)
So far it appears to be standard ask and post parts, a welcome relief from constant crafting. The best way to complete this quickly is check the feed often during Early Access (whether or not you purchase) and the first week of General Access when many are sharing parts.
Also, if there is one post- for part, if you complete the other two parts in a stage, so that the post-for part is all you need to complete that stage – in most cases if you then click on “Ask for parts” from the outside of the building, you will be able to ask friends for the part through the request system.

If you have mutual friends, it can also be helpful to partner with a few of them, take turns adding parts, posting and collect from each other.

Stage 2 involves mastering 17 specific Horseman's Hollow crops to 3 stars.

For a list of which specific crops click here.
For a list of mastery numbers click here.
The crop mastery aspect of this beat event should be easier than usual, as there are several crops with very short harvest times, as short as 6 minutes

  • Always USE A BUSHEL of the same crop when harvesting the crops required for Beat events for double mastery. While bushels are hard to come by, increased mastery increases bushel production so it is well spent in 2 ways.
  • INSTAGROW from leaderboards or Hanging Gardens or some quests are another way to speed up the process.
  • Use the TRADING POST. Each time you claim an order that you have placed there for a friend’s crops you get 3 mastery points. Each time you fill an order from a friend you also get 3 mastery points. Working together with neighbors to order each other’s crops needed for Beat events will help all of you achieve it faster.
  • If you have a stockpile of SUPER FERTILIZER from the share two weekend,  or if you have been acquiring it from quests, this is a good use for it. You can master most of these crops by harvesting 200 plots if you employ Super Fertilizer, a Bushel and a Double Bushel Statue, or 300 plots with Super Fertilizer and a Bushel.   For a complete guide to how all non-event mastery bonuses  work click here.Trading Post

    Step 3 is to level the Witcher Hut to 5 Stars.
  • If you have good access to bushels and adequate coins to do so, you can repeatedly buy and sell your Witcher Hut to make more recipes and level it up faster. For step by step instructions click here. For a video tutorial click here.
  • For tips on claiming bushels successfully from your friends click here.

Step 4 Consists of making all 15 animals in the Blackjack Barn For a strategy guide to the Barn click here.

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