The Best Games and Apps for Farmers

Being a farmer is a demanding job, both physically and mentally. Therefore, it’s good to use games and apps to boost your performance levels and add some fun to the equation.

To give you a helping hand, this article has gathered together a shortlist of the best games and apps that farmers love. You can access these games and apps either through your smartphone or PC - whichever you prefer.

However, if you plan on using them whilst you’re out on the farm, make sure that your smartphone has a good internet connection.

Ready to take a look? Let’s start.

Farm Slots

Lots of online casinos now offer farm-based slot machines that are perfect for when you need to take a break during work. But if you’ve never played in an online casino before, you probably have a lot of questions, primarily: ‘where do I start?’.

Firstly, you should play online slots Canada. The more you play, the better you will become, as it’s all about the experience. Sure, slots are mainly luck-based, but they’re also about making key decisions – such as when to bring a hot streak to an end.

Farmville 3

Farmville is a much-loved game franchise that has huge levels of popularity across the world. The latest installment in the series, Farmville 3 (available on iOS and Android), is arguably the best of the bunch.

The concept is simple: you look after your own farm with a specialist team of farmhands who you will aim to level up over time. The more you play, the more skills and features you will unlock. And if you’re an experienced farmer in real-life, you’ll find this game to be a piece of cake.



Sirrus is a really useful app – not a game – for farmers.

Sirrus allows farmers to make better farming decisions. How, exactly? It’s simple: the app makes field data accessible and easy to collect (e.g., the number of crops you have). To make more educated, data-driven decisions, you can then examine this data and share it with other users, such as farmhands who work on your farm.

If you want to run your farm in a modern way, then Sirrus is definitely an app you should download today.

Farmpost App

Next up, Farmpost App (which, as you can tell by the name, is another app).

FarmPost is an amazing app for both farm owners and farmhands.

For farm owners, it allows you to list job vacancies that farmhands can then easily apply for through the app. If you like what you see, you can invite applicants for an interview to (hopefully) offer them a job. Or, if you want to be really efficient, you can chat with farmhands directly through the app and interview them virtually, instead.

Additionally, farmhands get to browse and search for farm-related vacancies on the app. So, if you’re someone who is looking for hands-on experience, this app is essential.


Lastly, Minecraft.

Minecraft is heavily inspired by farming. It’s a survival-based game where you get to explore different environments and fight to survive. Along the way, you can grow your own crops and food, such as plant seeds, carrots, and potatoes. Overall, it’s a great game to play whenever you need to pass the time.


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