To harvest all kinds of crops and materials efficiently, you need to build farms in Minecraft. You can focus on other things in Minecraft, such as creating megaprojects or farming. Which farms are the best?
Automatic Wheat Farm
It is one of the easiest foodstuffs in Minecraft to cultivate early. It’s also easy to grow and turn your farm into an automated harvester, which is a good thing.
The farm uses the flow of water to harvest fully ripened wheat, and then push it into hoppers or chests. You can activate it by pulling a lever, but you must replant manually. Once you have more experience and are ready to attempt more complicated projects, automating the planting can be done with Redstone and Villagers.
Automated Sugarcane Farm
The sugarcane plant is another easy farm for harvesting paper material. You can harvest sugarcane using pistons by watching it grow three blocks high. A hopper minecart beneath the sugarcane collects the materials and places them on a chest.
This farm does not need to be replanted. It breaks only the top two levels sugar cane and regrows after a while. This farm is simple but can yield a great deal!
Iron Golem farm
Your Minecraft world will be essentially post-scarcity once you have solved the iron problem. Iron is used in many contraptions. Once you have built this Iron Golem-killing Farm, you are ready to tackle any challenge or build the game throws at you.
Iron farms force villager to spawn Iron Golems. Therefore, it is best to construct this farm once you have a trusted source of villager in a safe location.
Mob and XP Farm
Mobs may not be something you would normally expect to farm but the fact they only spawn in dark places makes mob farming a wonderful idea. In addition to the equipment you get from the mob farmer’s farm, killing mobs will give you experience which is essential for magic.
Mob farms that are best built out of the water and high up in the air will be more successful. This prevents mobs from spawning within your spawner area. It also gives you the most spawns.
Gold farmsThese Nether-based farms make use of the fact that Zombie Piglins can drop gold. These farms are very similar to Mob farms, but they use darkness and aggro to spawn more Piglins.
Because you must be in the Nether to form this mob, it can sometimes be quite dangerous. This is why it’s important to only try this once you’re prepared to take on all the challenges offered by the Nether.
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