FarmVille Farm of the Week: Mark's Piggery Farm
In honor of this week's FarmVille release of Pigpens, we have selected a farm befitting the occasion. Even though our Pigs now have homes, there is no way one Pigpen would house this swine loving FarmVille Freak's Pig collection.
FarmVille Freak Mark Moises Roja's farm or "Piggery" is filled entirely with Pigs! Every inch, except for a small spot in the center that is reserved for a favorite building, is occupied by Pigs. While it is by no means a working farm (even though Pigs yield coins when harvested) we can all appreciate its uniqueness. It's not everyday you see a Piggery farm.
Mark also mentions the shrinking Pig epidemic that many other FarmVille Freaks have reported. Earlier this week, regular Pigs appear to be smaller than before, although Zynga has made no mention of it.Says FarmVille Freak Mark,
I didn't know that there is a Farmville Freak Farm of the Week Contest, had I known about it, I would've submitted an entry as early as April... :)
Anyways, I would like to send my "farm" that doesn't really have a farm but a Piggery... it's my idea of fun. I guess it's timely that I submit my farm as an entry since it's just now that Zynga is giving some love that my beloved pigs deserves... BTW I am Mark Moises Roja from Manila, Philippines. I am 31 years old and have been an avid farmer since January this year... :) Thank you very much
FarmVille Freak Mark Moises Roja
PS: Just today, I noticed that the normal Pigs got smaller (the Ossabaws and Black Pigs remained as is). My Pigs used to encompass all of my farm, but when I opened it today, I was surprised to see that there is some gap between them that didn't exist before."
Is your farm crave-worthy or unique? Send pics of your farm to firstname.lastname@example.org and we may feature it. If you have any other FarmVille inspired art, videos, music, cakes, or creations and would like to share, send them too!
This article originally appeared on FarmVille Freak.