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Closed Shop! I have the same problem! Spring of Year 3, my supplies, bushels and other stuffs, are depleting. I don't know what to do.. every time i go to any shop.... It always says "counter"... I experienced this kind of problem for two weeks in the game... Please help me.. My sheep and cows will gonna die... Huhu...

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