FarmVille County Fair Treetop Contest Arrives: Grow your best tree!
The new FarmVille County Fair Treetop contest arrived today in FarmVille! This is a new addition to the County Fair contest that joins the previous Animal Flower challenge, still available.
The new FarmVille County Fair contest features a new Treetop Contest that you will be able to participate in to earn free tree rewards, as well as other useful stuff for your farm. It works the same as the County Fair Animal Flowers contest in that you will need Mulch to “grow your best tree”. Instead of animals, it’s all about the trees! Once your tree is full of Mulch and “happy” you can enter the contest and redeem your reward for that phase. Each phase has its own unique tree reward and once you complete all the phases for that stage by winning a ribbon for each contestant, you will win another exclusive bonus reward.
For a refresher on how the County Fair contests work, continue reading below.
Where is the County Fair?
To access the County Fair feature, you can find it in your in-game FarmVille toolbar located on the bottom right. The blue Rossette Ribbon icon represents the County Fair.
You can find Mulch on your farm simply by farming and working your crops. Planting and harvesting your crops will yield Mulch. Every crop in FarmVille has the possibility of producing Mulch when you harvest it. Each crop will always yield the same type of Mulch. For clues about what crops to plant for specific Mulch, see below. You will receive a pop-up notifying you of which type of Mulch you’ve harvested when you are working your crops. The Mulch goes straight to your County Fair, not your Gift Box.
There are five types of Mulch that trees and animals crave.
- Green Mulch
- Blue Mulch
- Brown Mulch
- Yellow Mulch
- Red Mulch
To find out what Mulch your trees or animals are craving, hover over the Mulch bag found above each of your County Fair tree/animal contestants with your mouse and you will see examples of which types of crops to grow for that specific Mulch.
FarmVille Freak has taken out the guesswork for you and we’ve listed the Mulch that each crop yields below! Please share this post with your friends, to let them know too!
|Blue Mulch||Green Mulch||Red Mulch||Brown Mulch||Yellow Mulch|
|Alfalfa (18 hrs)||Cucumber (1 Day)||Acorn Squash (10 hrs)||Bean Sprouts (8 hrs)||Apollo Aster (8 hrs)|
|Barely (12 hrs)||Forbidden Barley (8 hrs)||Aloe Vera (6 hrs)||Brussels Sprouts (14 hrs)||Begonia (1 Day)|
|Carnival Squash (8 hrs)||Gingerbread (8 hrs)||Apollo Aster (8 hrs)||Coffee (16 hrs)||Dandelions (8 hrs)|
|Edmane (2 Days)||Iceberg Lettuce (20 hrs)||Bell Pepper (2 Days)||Forbidden Tea (1 Day)||Darrow Blackberries (4 hrs)|
|Green Beans (1 Day)||Lemon Balm (6 hrs)||Black Tea (8 hrs)||Ghost Chili (6 hrs)||Forbidden Udon (3 Days)|
|Kidney Beans (16 hrs)||Millet (3 Days)||Broccoli (2 Days)||Hawaiian Ginger (2 Days)||Golden Poppy (1 Day)|
|Kale (1 Day)||Nori (12 hrs)||Buckwheat (1 Day)||Hay (1 Day)||Heirloom Carrot (12 hrs)|
|Licorice (1 Day)||Oyster (4 hrs)||Bugleweed (1 Day)||Moon Flower (12 hrs)||Lavender (2 Days)|
|Parsnip (8 hrs)||Pumpkins (8 hrs)||Carrots (12 hrs)||Square Melon (1 Day)||Lyre Leaved Sage (18 hrs)|
|Pink Roses (2 Day)||Rock Crab (1 Day)||Cotton (12 hrs)||Pineapple (2 Days)||Peanut (16 hrs)|
|Purple Poppies (8 hrs)||Sunflower (1 Day)||English Rose (6 hrs)||Peppermint (1 Day)|
|Rice (12 hrs)||Swiss Chard (14 hrs)||Flax (12 hrs)||Royal Hops (10 hrs)|
|Royal Taro (4 hrs)||Tomato (8 hrs)||Forbidden Onion (8 hrs)||Soybeans (1 Day)|
|Snap Pea (2 Days)||Udon (3 Days)||Forbidden Unagi (8 hrs)||Super Yellow Melon (4 Days)|
|Shrimp (15 hrs)||White Rose (1 Day)||Ghoul Garlic (3 Days)|
|Sugar Cane (8 hrs)||Hops (10 hrs)|
|Yellow Marigold (18 hrs)||Kelp (12 hrs)|
|Kennebec Potato (1 Day)|
|Okra (12 hrs)|
|Ono (2 Days)|
|Orange Marigold (1 Day)|
|Pea (1 Day)|
|Radishes (18 hrs)|
|Red Gogi Berries (10 hrs)|
|Red Wheat (3 Days)|
|Sage (1 Day)|
|Sorghum (10 hrs)|
|Spectre Berries (1 Day)|
|Unagi (4 hrs)|
|Viola (8 hrs)|
|Water Lily (3 hrs)|
What happens if your contestant’s cravings change before you enter it in the contest? No problem– you will maintain the progress you had with the original type of Mulch, but you will have to complete the rest of the Mulch feeding with the new type of Mulch your tree/animal is craving.
Entering & Winning in the Contests, Plus Leveling-Up
If you’d like to enter the County Fair contest, simply click the “Enter” button under your tree/animal contestant. You can enter the contest as soon as you’ve fed a contestant Mulch . Remember, the more Mulch you feed your contestant, the happier it is and the more likely you are to win! In fact, if you feed your contestant 100% it’s a guaranteed win and a guaranteed prize!
The County Fair contests also have a leveling system as the contests are repeated. Each time you win the County Fair contest, you win one level-up from the last ribbon you won. For example, the first time you play the County Fair and win, you receive a 6th place ribbon. The next time you enter the same contest and win with the same animal/tree, you will receive a 5th place ribbon and so on.
Each time you win you receive that animal or tree “contestant”. It can be placed anywhere on your FarmVille farm and is harvestable as well. Fun fact– get this, harvesting that County Fair animal/tree near other animals/trees actually increases the amount of XP the animals/trees nearby produce! Nice. Also note, the contestants that you are able to collect get better each time you win, which makes leveling-up fun.
Winning in All Categories
If you are able to win for each type of tree/animal offered in the contest, you will earn an additional prize, which is shown at the bottom of the County Fair window. The bonus prize for winning all categories improves for each level as well. So it’s more of an incentive to level-up your contestants and get better rewards!
FarmVille County Fair Treetop Contest
Seedling Lemon Tree
Seedling Apple Tree
Seedling Berry Tree
Seedling Citrus Tree
Seedling Stone Fruit Tree
3 Pack of Turbo
Sapling Lemon Tree
Sapling Apple Tree
Sapling Berry Tree
Sapling Citrus Tree
Sapling Stone Fruit Tree
Pole Lemato Tree
Pole Plum Apple Tree
Pole Berry Tree
Pole Citrus Tree
Pole Stone Fruit Tree
Old Growth Lemato Tree
Old Growth Plum Apple Tree
Old Growth Berry Tree
Old Growth Citrus Tree
Old Growth Stone Fruit Tree
Overgrown Lemato Tree
Overgrown Plum Apple Tree
Overgrown Berry Tree
Overgrown Citrus Tree
Overgrown Stone Fruit Tree
Grand Lemato Tree
Grand Apple Tree
Grand Berry Tree
Grand Citrus Tree
Grand Stone Fruit Tree
What do you think of the new County Fair contests so far, FarmVille Freaks? Will you participate in this feature?