Repeaters (what they produce and what they share):
Contraptions are similar, but...
Contraptions also produce products, but require ingredients to be added first, so they are not included in the chart below. Most contraptions no longer allow shares when you collect from them. See the CONTRAPTION PAGE for more info.
Repeaters are special items that produce seeds or products. When placed on your farm, they start a timer (which you can see by hovering over them). When the timer counts down to zero, click on the item to collect the indicated seed or product from them (and the xp indicated below).
Most repeaters introduced before 2013 allowed sharing when you collected from them. Those old ones continue to allow sharing, but new ones do not. In the chart below, "Shares this" is what they share. "Daily Limit" indicates the number of products you can collect from this type of share post on the news feed. "Claim Limit" indicates how many players can collect from a single news feed post of this type.
Warning: Putting repeaters in storage not only stops their timers, it resets them.
See the daily bread page for a complete list of items that offer daily income. They are not included here.
OTHER TYPES OF SHARE POSTS: I'm trying to figure out the best way to present all this information together, but, for now, click this link for information on other types of share posts.
NEWEST ITEMS ARE SHOWN FIRST. Like most charts on this site, this chart can be sorted! Try clicking on a header for any column once or twice to sort by that column. This allows you to sort by item name, what it produces, what it shares, etc.
12/12/14 UPGRADE: There are currently 18 repeaters in the game that each generate 2-4 seeds/products. These 18 repeaters are NOW listed on the chart below once for each item they repeat. This means that when you sort the chart by "generates" (by clicking the "generates" header), it will now sort correctly and include items generated by these multiple repeaters. Woot! I've been asked for this upgrade for a while now, and am happy to finally get around to doing it.
Since your screen or window is smaller than 750 pixels wide, the chart you see below is an abbreviated version designed for smart phones, tablets, and small screens. Click item names for complete info. To see the more complete chart, use a computer or switch to desktop mode on your tablet or smart phone. Leave feedback for this feature and let me know if you'd like to see this on other pages of this guide.