In the new FS 22 it is actually no longer possible to play without the seasons. In contrast to the old farming simulator versions, the sales prices of the individual crops now fluctuate even more.
When looking at the sales prices, make sure that you will harvest different amounts per hectare. The selling prices of soybeans, potatoes or even cotton sound good at first. However, potatoes and beets in particular require special care. (Plowing necessary) Anyone who has ever had a potato harvest in the Farming Simulator knows how much "work" this can be. A trailer fills up quickly and so in older Farming Simulator versions you were more busy driving than harvesting. I will still have to try out how the whole thing works with the new helper AI.
There is still increased demand and fluctuations in prices. The base prices are given in the graphs and tables below. These can be obtained (approximately) at a point of sale. These prices also vary a bit from point of sale to point of sale. Almost all sales outlets have the opportunity for increased demand. When there is increased demand, it can therefore be worthwhile to sell outside of the seasons.
Drop in prices
There can also be a drop in prices, for example, if too much of a fruit is sold. Then the price drops, this is also displayed very well in the FS.
Base sales prices over the year
Farming Simulator 22 Price Tables
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