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  • Agri-Hazard

    I have no idea where I got this from...
    Best described as a farming version of Monopoly, you moved around the board collecting animals, crops and tractors. The 'chance/community chest' cards were things like winning best in show or losing a crop to fungus ect, and when you got to the end of the board (one circuit being a year) you went to market, selling all your produce to fund your next trip around the board.
    Never seen another one, bit specialist I 'spose.

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    Re: Agri-Hazard

    Never owed it but seen it listed on ebay a few times in my years of Board Game hunting, there's also pictures on boardgamegeek.
    Heather

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    • #3
      Re: Agri-Hazard

      Looks great, would like to play it myself:

      http://www.games-collector.com/games...zard-1973.html

      We used to play a board game called 'Squatter' all about Australian Sheep Farming, loved that game:

      http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/2970/squatter

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      • #4
        Re: Agri-Hazard

        I think this was just called Farming. My parents had a set in the 1980s, & it might still be around.

        I remember the hazard cards had accidents like rolling over a tractor.

        One problem we found with playing the game were the rules were fairly complicated even for adults, & having to buy & sell things in the right season was a challenge.
        The Trickster On The Roof

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        • #5
          Re: Agri-Hazard

          We have this boardgame. It was made by Ford in 1973. We also play it as a family game and it is easy to play, like Monopoly only with farms instead of property and tractors instead of houses and hotels. I have seen a couple of them for sale on ebay, but it is definitely called Agrihazard.

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          • #6
            Re: Agri-Hazard

            I have it, I got mine from a Charity shop for 3 it was still sealed, Auctions are also good sources look in the box lots, I have got a lot of old games that way

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