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The silo is the building where crops are stored, including berries, fruit and peanuts. It is already standing at the start of the game, but must be repaired during the tutorial to become usable.


The appearance of the silo changes as the player upgrades it. Its final appearance is displayed when the silo can store at least 300 items.


The silo can initially hold 50 items. Upgrading it increases its capacity:

  • by 25 spaces from 50 to 1,000
  • by 50 spaces from 1,000 upwards without limit

Each upgrade requires the same number of nails, screws and wood panels but the number of items required increases by 1 with each upgrade (see the table below).

Upgrading table

Capacity from-to Nail.png+Screw.png+Wood Panel.png
50-75 x1
75-100 x2
100-125 x3
125-150 x4
150-175 x5
175-200 x6
200-225 x7
225-250 x8
250-275 x9
275-300 x10
300-325 x11
325-350 x12
etc. etc.
1000-1050 x39
1050-1100 x40
1100-1150 x41
1150-1200 x42
1200-1250 x43
1250-1300 x44
1300-1350 x45
1350-1400 x46
1400-1450 x47
1450-1500 x48
etc. etc.

Strategy tips

  • The silo is only used to store crops. There are more than 40 different types of crops. If you want to keep at least 30 of each at all times your silo needs to be able to hold more than 1,200 items. You also need to keep some room for more, as boat orders can ask for great quantities of one crop.

Did you know?

  • As with Experience and Reputation, your silo (as well as your barn and tackle box) are often referred to by their level. The level of your silo is the number of each tool needed for your next upgrade. For example: You start the game with a level 1 silo which has a capacity of 50. A level 39 silo has a capacity of 1,000, after which future upgrades increase the capacity by 50. A level 241 silo would have a capacity of 11,100.