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Farming Simulator 2013 Vehicles and Implements Guide and Detail

Here on this page Vehicles and Implements, you will find the every single Vehicles and Implements that you can get or buy in the game and will grow your fields with the help of these Vehicles and Implements.

To successfully tend to your fields and feed your animals regularly, you have a large selection of vehicles and tools at your disposal:

Vehicles and Implements List:

Here is the list of all Vehicles and Implements that you can get or buy in the game.


Many tools can only be used when they are attached to a tractor. The larger and heavier the implement, the sturdier and more powerful the tractor needs to be.

Front Loader

The front loader or telescopic loader allows you to perform tasks like transporting pallets of sheep wool or unloading manure into a manure spreader.


Before you can seed your fields, you need to loosen up the soil with a plow. There are several plows of different sizes available at the shop.

Sowing Machines

Depending on the sowing machine model you can sow different kinds of seeds. The description at the vehicle shop gives you more information. Sowing machines empty on use. To refill them you need to bring them to seed pallets which can be found at your farm, at the farm shop and at the garden center.


To improve the eventual harvest, you can fertilize growing plants with a sprayer. Sprayers empty on use and have to be refilled at the water tank at your farm. If you have cattle, you can use manure to fertilize your fields in a more organic way.


Use a cultivator to loosen the soil. After cultivating a field, you can see it again. It is up to you if you want to plow the field beforehand.


Once a combine’s tank is full, you can unload the harvest into a tipper. Then you can drive the trailer to one of the unloading stations where you receive money for your crop.


The straw that accumulates during the threshing process can be pressed into bales. There are balers available for square and for round bales.


Use a mower to cut grass. Grass ready to be mowed can be found almost anywhere, but you can also create your own grass fields.

Forage wagon

Attach the wagon to a tractor, activate it and then drive over mowed grass to load it. You can feed the hay to your animals of dump it on one of the green haystacks.

Combine Harvesters

Once the grain is ripe you can climb into a combine, attach the fitting cutter and harvest the field. To harvest corn you need to attach specially designed corn headers.

Automatic Bale Loader

The automatic bale loader makes collecting and transporting square bales a lot easier. Afterwards you can stack the bales wherever you need them.


To accelerate the drying process of mowed grass, you can turn it with the rotor tedder.


The windrower prepares mowed grass by raking it into windrows which makes it easier for the forage wagon or the baler to collect it. If you do not want to sell your harvest directly, you can store it temporarily in the silos at your farm.

Slurry Tanker

Aside from milk your cows also produce liquid manure which is stored in the blue tank at the cow pasture. This is where you can fill the slurry tanker in order to spread the manure on your fields as an organic fertilizer.

Manure Spreader

With this trailer you can spread manure on your fields. Use the front loader’s shovel to haul manure from the dung heap next to the cow pasture into the manure spreader.

Forage Harvester

As mentioned earlier, you can provide your cows not only with grass but with chopped corn as well. Corn silage is produced by the Krone forage harvester. Since the forage harvester has no tank of its own, you either need to directly attach a trailer to it or hire a worker and drive along the harvester with a trailer. Unload corn silage at the driving silo next to the cow pasture or unload it into one of the silos at the biogas plant.


Aside from vehicles and tools you can also buy livestock at the shop. If you purchase cows, they are automatically transported to their pasture.

Milk Production

Cows only give milk if they are well-fed. You can feed your cows with hay and chopped corn. If you provide your cattle with both in suffi cient quantities, they produce the most milk. If they only get to eat hay or chopped corn, the milk production is halved. The statistics of your PDA keep you informed about the fi ll level of the feeding trough (hay) and the driving silo (chopped corn). The milking robot on the cow pasture automates the milking process. The cows walk through the installation on their own if they feel like giving some milk. The dairy’s milk truck drives to your cow pasture daily and picks up the stored milk. At the end of each day the money earned from sold milk gets booked to your account.


To plant potatoes you have to purchase the correct machines. First you need a potato planter, like the GL 420 from Grime. To fill the machine with potatoes, you can place it under the conveyor belt at your farm or haul potatoes manually with a frontloader plus shovel. You can also fill the planter at the pallets with seeds, though that costs you additional money. To harvest the potatoes you need the self-propelled potato harvester TECTRON 415 from Grimme. With this massive vehicle you can retrieve your potatoes in no time. After harvesting them, you can unload your potatoes into a trailer by positioning it underneath the harvester’s bunker head.

Sugar Beets

Similarly to potatoes you need special machinery to plant and harvest sugar beets. For sowing you can use the precision airplanter EDX 6000 from AMAZONE. Sugar beet seeds are available at the seed pallets at your farm, at the farm shop or at the garden center. To harvest sugar beets you can use the self-propelled sugar beet harvester MAXTRON 620 from Grimme shown to the left. This machine works similar to the potato harvester.

Mixer Wagon

If you want to optimize the forage for your cattle you an use the Kuhn SPV Confort 12. The self-propelled mixer wagon allows you to mix grass, silage and straw. A display in the top left corner helps you find the right mixing ratios. As soon as the proportions are within an acceptable range, the forage symbol to the right goes from red to light green and you can start feeding your animals.


As with cows, any sheep you buy automatically get transferred to their pasture. Sheep are your main wool supplier. The more animals you have and the happier they are, the more wool gets produced. There is a concrete slab at the sheep pasture where a pallet of wool appears in regular intervals. You can use a front loader to pick up and transport these pallets to the marked area at the spinnery where they get sold.


Similar to cows and sheep, the amount of eggs your hens produce mainly depends on their number and their happiness. Visit the chicken coops and collect all the eggs you can fi nd in the area. Eggs can be sold in the village or at the farm shop at the rotating egg symbol.

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