FarmVille Craftshop Expansion Goals: Everything you need to know


Along with the new ability to expand your FarmVille Craftshop to allow crafting of up to six items at once, Zynga has released a new goal series in FarmVille this evening, dealing with the new Craftshop Expansion. This is a three-part goal series, and you have just two weeks to complete it. Here's a guide to show you how to do just that:

A Fitting Beginning

Get 6 Sawhorses
Buy 1 Craftshop
Harvest "whatever you like" 200 times

This goal is fairly simple, as you can harvest any animals, trees or crops on your farm for the harvesting portion to count. Meanwhile, you'll need to ask for Sawhorses via a general wall post, and if you already have a Craftshop on your farm, that step will be completed as well. Finishing off this rather simple goal gives you 100 XP, 5 Love Potions and 1,000 coins.

The Big Job

Add a Station to your Craftshop
Harvest 1 Pigpen
Make the Yellow Racer recipe 1 time

To add a station to your Craftshop, you'll need to collect five each of Wrenches, Pipes and Clamps. The Yellow Racer recipe, meanwhile, calls for 4 bags of Manure (from pigs), 10 Coffee Bushels and six Pepper Bushels. The recipe time is 12 hours for this one, so you'll have plenty of time to collect those building ingredients for your new station while you wait for it to complete. For finishing these three tasks, you'll receive 250 XP, 10 Cans of Fuel, and 2,500 coins.

Joy Ride

Get 12 Pairs of Fuzzy Dice
Use a Tractor 15 Times
Harvest 1 Orchard

Unfortunately, the Orchard task my slow you down, especially if you had just harvested all of your Orchards before launching into this goal. You'll need to ask your friends for the Fuzzy Dice, as you might have expected, and will need to simply plow 15 plots of land with a Tractor to finish off that final task. Doing so completes this goal series, and also sees you rewarded with 500 XP, a Mechanic Gnome (complete with wrench and grease) and 5,000 coins.

All told, this goal series doesn't look to be too complicated, but rather time consuming instead. For most farmers, the process of expanding the Craftshop will likely take the longest, but just remember to keep an eye out for friends that are sharing excess parts, and you'll be able to finish that particular task even faster than if you simply waited for your own requests for items to be fulfilled. Happy crafting!

[Via Zynga]

What do you think of these newest Craftshop Expansion Goals? Are you interested in expanding your Craftshop to be able to craft more than one item at a time, or did you immediately ignore the feature as soon as it was launched? Sound off in the comments.