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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
farmville is having some connectivity issues with certain providers. Try loging in from a different computer using a different isp address
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
log back ino your facebook account and go to the list where you gotout and click application settings. press the x on the farmville spplication and it will be cancelled. then you will have to cancel your facebook account once more
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
the working of your computer is no where connected with the speed of the game. The problem lies with your farm animals, which are in fact script programs that run through Java script. In short, though it is Java script which enables your animals be animated and to move, it is also sad that it is Java script applications which bog down your browser, slowing down the speed of the applications on the website/page. The more Java script means very slow speed. That is why you find Farmville going slow. Though a number of searches have been made for programs to disable scripting, it has not yielded the necessary results, and somehow it does not seem to work for Farmville. So it is definitely wise to follow other options.
Aim of getting rid of your animals, if you really want to eliminate scripting, to prevent it from bogging down your browser. Basically, you have only two options to do that, out of which the first one offers very little help because it applies only to cows and chickens. Farmville lets you store cows and chickens in BUILDINGS: Dairy Farm and Chicken's Coop respectively. However, right now you can buy any number of Dairy Farms to store your cows, but sadly you can obtain one chicken coop that can hold 20 chickens only.
To continue, go the Market and choose the Building tab, where you see various building that you can buy, either with Farmville dollars or coins. Purchase one chicken coop, store 20 of your chickens and SELL the rest of your chickens. You can buy as many Dairy Farms as you require to store your cows. And since you can buy unlimited Dairy farms, luckily you need not SELL any cows. With regards to the other Farm animals, SELL them to avoid scripting there by avoid slowing down the game. Your game will pick up speed once you start planting,plowing and harvesting.
The second option would be to SELL ALL YOUR ANIMALS. In order to do that, simply left click on the animal ad choose SELL. A second screen will appear, and here you choose YES, to sell the animal. Selling animals may not be a very good option, but you need to choose between playing faster or slowing down your game.
Harvesting crops fetches you higher levels in Farmville. So you need to always keep in mind that once you have reached the higher levels by plowing, planting and harvesting innumerable corps, you can always get animals for your Farmville neighbours. You may have to sacrifice your animals to get to the top, but it is definitely a worth choice, something that one gets to learn easily.
So Enjoy Your Farming! Now, if you are new to the game, you can save your resources by mainly paying attention to getting cows and chickens and storing them in their respective buildings. Also once you sell an animal, you will be able to replace it by either buying or obtaining it from one of your neighbours, but at a later stage only.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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