How To Get Animals In Stardew Valley

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You can read about all the animals you can keep on your farm in this Stardew Valley animals guide. You can learn more about coop and barn animals, what you can put in the Slime Hutch, and how to feed and care for animals by reading the information below.

There must be animals to look after in a game about restoring an old farm to its former splendor. You can buy a variety of coop and barn-dwelling pets straight from Marnie’s Ranch in Stardew Valley or you can find their eggs and hatch them in an incubator. You can keep a variety of animals on your farm, which are listed below.

Coop Animals

The coop is one of the agricultural structures you can have (you can learn here how to get a coop in Stardew Valley). The coop initially only accommodates hens, but by upgrading it, additional pets like ducks and rabbits can be unlocked. The list of all the animals that can be found in Stardew Valley’s coops, along with the products they create, can be found below.

  • Chicken
  • Void chicken
  • Golden chicken
  • Duck
  • Rabbit
  • Dinosaur

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Barn Animals

You can ask Robin to construct a barn on your property in addition to coops (you go to our how-to guide section to learn how to get a barn.)

The barn will initially only hold cows, but you can eventually upgrade it to accommodate other species like pigs or ostriches. All the pets that can be found in Stardew Valley’s barns are listed below, along with what they can produce.

  • Cow
  • Ostrich
  • Goat
  • Sheep
  • Pig

Slime Hutch Animals

Slimes aren’t officially considered to be animals, but if you ask Robin to construct you a Slime Hutch, you can keep them on your farm.
These slimes will be just as harmful as the ones you encounter when exploring the mines, but they will also generate Slime Balls that you can use to collect petrified or regular slime.

Slimes will occasionally lay Slime Eggs. To create slimes, use them in the slime hutch. There are presently 5 different types of slime eggs, each of which will hatch into a different color or pattern of slime: tiger, green, blue, red, and purple.

Another way to produce eggs for the hutch is to use 100 slime in a slime egg-press. While all four colors (aside from Tiger Slime eggs) can be gotten in this fashion, green eggs have a considerably higher likelihood of being generated.

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How To Feed Animals

Simply grab a piece of hay for each pet you have and place it on the feeding bench inside the coop or barn to feed the pets. To make sure your pets are fed properly and are content each day, you must repeat this procedure.

However, there are a few things you may do to simplify things. You can, for instance:

  • Build a Silo on your farm to turn grass into hay.
  • Open the little door on the barn or coop to let your animals outside so they can feed on grass.
  • Upgrade your farm buildings to a deluxe tier since it includes an auto-feed system.

Remember that only pets that are fed properly will create animal products.

How To Pet Animals

You must feed and pet your animals every day if you want them to be content. You can deepen your friendship with animals by petting them. You should do this because, if you have a close enough friendship with some species, like cows or ducks, they will produce larger, higher-quality products. Get close to the animal you wish to pet, then right-click on it. Bear in mind that you can only pet an animal once each day.

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