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Summary and profitability | Crops types in Farming Simulator 19 Farming Simulator 19 Guide and Tips

Current prices can be tracked in game, they change dynamically. - Summary and profitability | Crops types in Farming Simulator 19 - Crops - Farming Simulator 19 Guide and Tips
Current prices can be tracked in game, they change dynamically.

The following table shows the profitability and yields of arable crops in Farming Simulator 19. Keep in mind that both the prices (highest recorded market prices on medium difficulty) and harvest volume per hectare may be subject to error. The data on the harvest height represent the highest possible volume, e.g. from field of maximum productivity (ploughed, limed, weed-free harvest, after double fertilization).

Plant

Price*

Harvest per hectare in liters

Optimal income per hectare

Wheat

830

17500

14525

Barley

760

19000

14440

Oat

780

12000

9360

Straw

80

ca. 130 000

10400

Cotton

730

10000

7300

Canola

1500

11500

17250

Sunflower

1550

10000

15500

Soybeans

1750

8800

15400

Corn

924

18500

17094

Potato

402

70000

28140

Sugar beet

280

110 000

30800

Sugarcane

270

Over 150 000

~40500

Poplars

190

80000

15200

Silage

500

  

From grass

 

60000

30000

From grains (chopped straw)

 

45000

22500

From corn (chopped straw)

 

135000

65500

*The price represents the highest recorded market value of the product (except for "High Demand") on medium difficulty. Purchase prices at low difficulty are 30% higher; at high - 50% lower. All data should be taken as approximate values, acquired by experimentation.

  1. As you can see, the most profitable crop is corn, converting it into chopped straw and obtaining silage for sale in the Biogas Plant. However, ensuring maximum productivity for a large (even 1 ha) field requires expensive equipment.
  2. The second and third place is held by sugarcane and sugar beet respectively. In both cases, the plants generate huge yields, which requires the use of large and expensive trailers. When you invest a lot of money in a good harvester, you can harvest sugar beet faster than sugarcane, but you don't have to plant the latter... The choice is up to you.
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