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Mission Master in Farming Simulator

Mission Master104 (60)

You have completed 50 missions.

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Achievement won on 13 Sep 13
TA Score for this game: 1,540
Posted on 11 September 13 at 16:34, Edited on 14 January 15 at 01:21
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Easiest way I found to grind out missions is make sure in the pause menu under Settings, make sure Mission frequency is set to 2 mins.

Now either Front loader with pallet fork missions can come up or missions requiring a lawn mower to mow a patch of grass.

These missions can reward you with $5000-$10000 depending on how time efficient you were in doing the job.

The best one by far to go for is the lawn mower missions only because if you buy 2 of the Amazone Profihoppers ($3,500 each), then drive one to the camp site at the very top right of the map and drive the other to the golf course at the bottom right of the map.

You can also use tractors with mower attachments but I avoid these as I don't want to get caught on trees or drive too fast and accidently detach myself.

" I would also recommend that when you can afford it and if you still don't have the cheevo then buy the Krone BiG M 500 for $349,500 as you can cut the grass in about 20seconds making this cheevo much more faster and the time bonus reward goes up to around $4500. " Thanks to Devious Jedi for posting this :)

That way you will always be near the lawn mowing mission locations as they only pop up in these 2 locations, and as long as you keep the lawn mowers at these locations, you will have little problem with getting to the missions.

There are 2 possible spawns on the golf course, one on the north side nearest the buildings on the opposite side of the fence. And one on the south side at the very bottom of the golf course next to the road. The camp site spawn is always the same one.

The golf course spawns are on opposite sides of the golf course and the travel time can be a drag so if you are feeling particularly lazy then you could buy a third lawn mower so you can place one at each spawn but having 2 mowers is perfectly fine.


If you want to do the front loader missions then by all means do so but I found them tricky as the pallet you have to carry just falls off the fork while travelling, you have to travel long distances and the time limit isn't very forgiving. But if fork lift truck driving is your forte then you should be good at these. The timer doesn't start until you have moved the pallet so make sure you line it up correctly before attempting to lift it.

ADaughen says
"I've had a handful of camp site mowing jobs where I've done 100% but it never triggered a completion. So I have been doing the short delivery missions with the green pallet loader as well. It is much easier to control and slightly faster (22mph) than the cheaper, red one.

I've been selecting the ~3:45 and faster delivery jobs. They usually appear in the upper portion of the map (so you can easily do them while farming 100 Hectares achv.). I usually park the loader in town as the 2:30 deliveries are usually across town or at the Port - Island trip.

As for forks- the trick is to line the forks up, turn the camera sideways and make sure the forks are pointing down slightly and slide into the pockets on the pallet. Once in, tilt the forks up and drive! Try not to go off road over mountains or you will likely lose your load when you land. Do not drag the forks on the ground and try to scoop the pallet - your forks will go under the pockets and the pallet will fall off at the next turn/bump.

The timer doesn't start until the package leaves the pad so take your time after a few you will be a pro."


Best of luck with this achievement and do leave a comment if there is any way that this solution could be improved :)
Devious Jedi Great guide and ya had thumbs up from me, I would also recommend that when you can afford it and if you still don't have the cheevo then buy the Krone BiG M 500 for $349,500 as you can cut the grass in about 20seconds making this cheevo much more faster and the time bonus reward goes up to around $4500.
Posted by Devious Jedi on 15 Sep 13 at 10:57
Flopsy86 Ok, I didn't know that. I just hate tractor attachments as I'm new to this game in general. I'll add that into the solution and give you credit :)
Posted by Flopsy86 on 15 Sep 13 at 15:19
Tendoman77 Not sure if this has been asked yet but can you teleport vehicles to those two places or do you have to drive there yourself? the mower is so damn slow x.x
Posted by Tendoman77 on 11 Jan 14 at 15:59
Flopsy86 You have to drive the vehicles there initially, but as long as you don't move them from the mission locations, they will stay there and you can just switch to them using the D-pad.
Posted by Flopsy86 on 11 Jan 14 at 19:30
HamsterLV I got 3 lawn mowing missions and now only loading missions spawn, I skip them and wait for the next one, but I keep getting loading missions. Any advice? Can I sell my tractors and stuff so that only lawn mowing missions spawn? Do you have to be in a lawn mower for it to spawn?
Posted by HamsterLV on 30 Jan 14 at 12:42
Flopsy86 Even if you don't have lawn mowers or loading truck vehicles, you will still get the missions spawn for either vehicle types.
Selling your other vehicles so that you only have lawn mowers won't help.
And you don't need to be in the lawn mower for it to spawn.
Loader missions do come up a lot more than lawn mower missions, if lawn mower missions are not coming up at all then something isn't right.

Best advice is if you have other achievements to do, just get on with those and when a lawn mower mission does appear, stop and do them.
Posted by Flopsy86 on 30 Jan 14 at 17:33
HamsterLV After 10 or so loading missions, lawn mowing missions started spawning again, I am collecting horseshoes and doing missions as they appear.
Posted by HamsterLV on 31 Jan 14 at 11:51
Flopsy86 Cool, glad they are still popping up for you :)
Posted by Flopsy86 on 31 Jan 14 at 18:54
III JONESY III Thanks for the guide. However I am wondering if there is a way to track how many missions you have completed?
Posted by III JONESY III on 20 Apr 14 at 13:32
Flopsy86 To my knowledge, there isn't. For being a game that is fascinated with numbers, there does not seem to be a collection of statistics anywhere on the menus.
Posted by Flopsy86 on 20 Apr 14 at 16:31
ADaughen I've had a handful of camp site mowing jobs where I've done 100% but it never triggered a completion. So I have been doing the short delivery missions with the green pallet loader as well. It is much easier to control and slightly faster (22mph) than the cheaper, red one.

I've been selecting the ~3:45 and faster delivery jobs. They usually appear in the upper portion of the map (so you can easily do them while farming 100 Hectares achv.). I usually park the loader in town as the 2:30 deliveries are usually across town or at the Port - Island trip.

As for forks- the trick is to line the forks up, turn the camera sideways and make sure the forks are pointing down slightly and slide into the pockets on the pallet. Once in, tilt the forks up and drive! Try not to go off road over mountains or you will likely lose your load when you land. Do not drag the forks on the ground and try to scoop the pallet - your forks will go under the pockets and the pallet will fall off at the next turn/bump.

The timer doesn't start until the package leaves the pad so take your time after a few you will be a pro.
Posted by ADaughen on 12 Jan 15 at 17:04
Flopsy86 Thanks for that advice ADaughen, I'll edit that into the solution and give credit.
Posted by Flopsy86 on 14 Jan 15 at 01:19
The Globalizer To be honest, the delivery missions are really not worth it at all. Just get the horseshoes, the rainbow gold, the wind turbine, grab two big green mowing machines, and do the mowing missions when they show up.
Posted by The Globalizer on 02 Feb 16 at 21:52
Flopsy86 Yeah @The Globalizer, I agree that the delivery missions are not worth it and would recommend that anyone going for this does the mowing missions, but some people prefer the loader missions aswell so I thought it was only fair to post what people had to say about those missions.
Also due to randomness in the game, sometimes the game won't spawn mowing missions for ages and ages and will prioritize loader missions, so sometimes people just get fed up with waiting for mowing missions and try the loader missions.
Posted by Flopsy86 on 04 Feb 16 at 17:01