Farmer in Minecraft

A farmer is one of the villagers who are engaged in growing various crops to supply the village with food.

The farmer wears brown clothes with a belt, a straw hat on his head. In different biomes, farmers' clothing parts may vary slightly.

The farmer sells apples, bread, watermelon slices, pumpkin pie, cookies, ready-made dishes with various effects, golden carrots. He buys wheat, potatoes, carrots, beets, pumpkins.

A farmer has levels of professional development: beginner, apprentice, craftsman, expert, master. With the development of levels, the range of goods for exchange changes, as well as the color of the buckle on the belt.

The farmer's workplace is a composter.

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Modify date: 11/14/2022

Questions about farmer

Here you will find detailed answers to frequently asked questions about farmer.

Players can use the composter to produce bone meal, which is a fertilizer, and is also used in the creation of dyes.

Turf, foliage, seedlings, seeds, mushrooms and vegetables, and other items of plant origin can be converted into fertilizer. The composter is filled with humus gradually, and different items will increase the level of humus in the composter with varying degrees of probability. For example, if you fill a composter with kelp, then only 30% of replenishments (clicks on the composter) will increase the level of humus, the remaining 70% of clicks will not give any changes, although the item will be used up from the inventory. For some other items (for example, watermelon, potatoes, mushrooms), the probability of filling ranges from 50-65%. As soon as all 7 levels of the composter are filled, the composter becomes empty, and its contents fall out in the form of 1 bone meal.

Composter is also used to create auto farms, connecting them with other blocks to create a system of interacting blocks.

Fortunately, farmers are not uncommon villagers. As a rule, there are one or two farmers in each village, and they have a couple of interesting offers.

For example, 20 units of wheat in exchange for one emerald is a great deal, because it is not difficult to find or grow wheat in Minecraft.

An interesting deal can be considered the exchange of one emerald for a suspicious stew with different effects from a farmer of the "Expert" level. This is the only food product that cannot be obtained even in creative mode, and there is no recipe for it in the recipe book. When you hover the cursor over this product, the tooltip does not display a description of the effect, so the player can expect both a negative effect and a useful one. However, a suspicious stew will restore three hunger points.

A farmer with the "Master" level can sell golden carrots for three emeralds, which will make up for three hunger points, or can be used in potions.

To do this, you can use the replacement of the profession of a villager. For a villager whose profession is not needed at the moment, the profession block (workplace) should be destroyed and he will become unemployed. Next, we assign him the profession of a farmer in the usual way (using a composter).

Note: the method may not work if a trade was previously carried out with this villager. In this case, the villager not be able to change profession.

  • A nitwit and a child will not get a profession.
  • To assign a profession, you use the profession block already occupied by another villager.
  • You have traded with this villager before.
  • The working block of this villager was destroyed, and goods were already exchanged with him.
  • There is an obstacle that blocks the villager’s access to the workplace.
  • The new working block is located further than 40 blocks from the villager, and he does not "see" it.

  • If you are not satisfied with the range of products of a Beginner-level farmer, you can destroy his work unit so that he becomes an ordinary villager. After that, install a new workplace. At the same time, the range of products will change. Important! This method can be used if you have not traded with this villager yet.
  • Prices and assortment may vary fr om one farmer to another. Therefore, before trading, you need to familiarize yourself with the offers of all available sellers.
  • If you turn farmer into a zombie, and then cure him, you can get a good discount on all his goods.
  • Farmer, like villagers of other professions, has a lim it on the number of deals he can offer with one type of product. Over time, the quantity of goods for sale resumes.
  • After the successful completion of the raid, the farmer can give the player one of the items: Bread, Cookies, Pumpkin pie.

This requires a farmer's workplace (composter) and a bed that is not occupied by another villager. An unemployed villager will approach the profession block and accept the profession of a farmer.

The composter is a farmer's workplace.

If a player has assigned a farmer's profession to a previously unemployed villager, then he will not create beds on his own. A villager farmer will look for a ready-made arable land within a radius of 9 blocks from himself. If something grows on the arable land and the farmer has free space in the slots, then he will harvest (wheat, carrots, potatoes or beets). If the farmer has seeds in the slots, he will plant them from the very first slot into the vacant blocks of the bed.

Villagers-farmers will not put the harvest in the available chests. All that they have collected from the beds, they will store in their own inventory or share with villagers who need food.

No, no villagers can take items from chests. A villager farmer can only replenish the compost bin and collect the bone meal that has fallen out. Thus, it is absolutely safe to leave items in barrels, smokehouses, stoves.

The farmers, like the rest of the villagers, go into the house after dark. If there is a spare bed in the house, then they go to bed until morning. If there is no bed, then the villager will stay in the house until the beginning of the next day. Therefore, they may not sleep. Having a bed and sleeping does not affect the updating of their trade deals, which are updated only thanks to their access to the professional block. Villagers need beds only to start the breeding process: if there are no free beds in the village, new villagers will not appear.

A villager farmer will look for beds no further than 9 blocks from himself. The farmer will take care of the beds only within his village.

How to craft farmer

There is only one recipe for how to craft farmer in Minecraft. Below you can see a description of this recipe: a picture with ingredients and step-by-step instructions on how to make farmer in Minecraft.

In order for a common villager to become farmer (get a profession), you need a bed and a worktable (composter). At the same time, both the bed and composter should not be occupied by other villager.

Only after receiving the profession farmer will be able to start trading with the player.

What to craft with farmer

There is only one recipe that uses farmer in crafting in Minecraft. Below you can see a description of this recipe: a picture with ingredients and step-by-step instructions on how to use farmer in Minecraft.

What farmer buys

There are 6 items that the farmer buys in Minecraft. Below you can find a detailed description of these items, which can be purchased by farmer in Minecraft.

Wheat x 20
x 1
Beetroot x 15
x 1
Carrot x 22
x 1
Potato x 26
x 1
Pumpkin x 6
x 1
Melon x 5
x 1

What farmer sells

There are 8 items that are sold by the farmer in Minecraft. Below you can find a detailed description of these items that a baker can sell in Minecraft.

Bread x 6
x 1
x 1
Apple x 4
x 1
Cookie x 18
x 3
x 1
x 3

Video about farmer

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Screenshots of farmer

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Command to summon farmer

There is a command that allows you to summon farmer in Minecraft. Below you can see a detailed description of this command to learn how to create farmer in Minecraft.

Farmer can be summoned using a command in creative mode. This requires:

  1. open chat (press "T")
  2. write command /summon villager ~ ~ ~ {VillagerData:{profession:farmer, level:2, type:plains}}
  3. press "ENTER"

You can also specify the coordinates by which farmer will be called:

/summon villager ~ ~ ~ {VillagerData:{profession:farmer, level:2, type:plains}}
the current coordinates of the player
/summon villager 100 ~ 200 {VillagerData:{profession:farmer, level:2, type:plains}}
X coordinate = 100, Y = current Y coordinate of the caller, Z coordinate = 200
/summon villager ~10 50 ~-2 {VillagerData:{profession:farmer, level:2, type:plains}}
X = current X-coordinate + 10 blocks, Y = 50, Z = current Z-coordinate - 2 blocks

X - coordinate from west to east, Y - height, Z - coordinate from south to north.