On January the 15th, a new feature has been introduced by Zynga to FarmVille: Collections and collectables, and we are talking here about each collection and now it’s the fourth and last we’re talking about: the FarmVille Feather Collectables, so read on to find out more details about it, as well as images with the items in the collection!

First of, if you want to check out your Feather Collection, you can access it by clicking the blue ribbon button and then clicking on “collections”.

How do you get all the FarmVille Feather collectibles? Well, that’s pretty easy: you simply have to be active and plow your land, harvest crops as well as fertilize neighbor crops. The collectables are awarded randomly, so we need time to get them all:

– Green Plume for sending gifts
– Hen Feather from harvesting chickens (or chicken coops)
– Dapple Plume from harvesting ducks
– Red Feather from fertilizing neighbor crops
– Banded Quill from harvesting turkeys
– Blue Feather from harvesting trees (probably they also have some hidden birds there, too)

Here is a better view of all the Feather Collection items (click the image to enlarge for a better view):
Did you manage to find all the items in this collection?

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  1. I kinda doubt they come only from Turkeys (if from turkeys at all, since that is not something you can aquire at this time, if you were a total newb… I don’t think they would do that.) So, I’m bettin’ on geese… although has anyone noticed that the ugly ducklings are back in good force? So maybe swans, as well? I don’t know enough about feathers to know which birds, IRL, give ‘banded quills’. I was even wondering about the penguins, based on the hint. **shrug**

  2. Hey, Turkeys are back, collect as many as possible as banded quill is what is hard to find for collection, and now they have a building to keep the turkeys! Hooooraaaay!


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