The Farmer and the Cowman...
Farms! Agriculture has had a few years to develop in the region and the hard work is starting to bear fruit. New SorGun is boarded by the Cascade Mountains, which make up part of the Pacific Rim. The volcanos in the area have contributed to the rich soil that farmers are just beginning to discover.
The once dense forests are being transformed into farms of all shapes and sizes.
While steam engines and other technologies are just beginning to change the face of the world, farmers in New SorGun are still plowing fields with oxen – just as it had been done for centuries before.
While most of the farms are still relatively remote, a number of farms near the town of New SorGun are starting to see houses built near the fields.
Fruit trees, like apples and peaches, were being cultivated by local Indian tribes long before the first settlers arrived. Their expertise has proven very helpful to many of the local farmers.
Cattle are still an important part of the local economy, and their numbers are growing with each new pasture.
As more trails and roads are being developed around the region, horses are becoming more important for transportation. A few stables have been constructed to accommodate the growing demand.
Replies to previous Teaser
kakado_to_save: this.... is.... SORGUUUNN
Thanks, that was quite an introduction
And he does it again
dubaidude303: Woha!! That farm on the left looks like my grandparents farm! I really like this!!! 10/10
Thank you! I was going for realism, and your comment just made my day
Fox: Awesome once again .. love all the details.
Mastof: Amazing Stuff, the grass is freaking me out for some reason though
Maxis pasture... yeah, not ideal.
colco2121: This is the inspiration for a lot of my work. I go WOW at every entry!
Thank you, that is quite a compliment!
MilitantRadical: Can't wait.
Hope the wait was worth it
Awesum. That is all.
*3 days later* LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL... LOL... LOL.
Hey, I'm doing what you said!
Thanks! Yeah, he wins the comment award again
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