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Automatic Cooked Chicken Farm | 14 | Minecraft Infiniverse S3

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Automatic Cooked Chicken Farm | 14 | Minecraft Infiniverse S3

In this episode of my bedrock edition smp Infiniverse series, I will show you how to make an automatic cooked chicken farm in minecraft bedrock. Even added a little nest on top with a 3d pixel art chicken statue to make it stand out against other designs. All in a days work in a vanilla survival world.

he chicken is the most farmable animal in Minecraft. Unlike cows and sheep, it does not require any food to grow up or to reproduce. No matter where the chicken is kept, everything just happens automatically. In addition, cooked chicken is almost as good as other cooked meats for restoring hunger.

When hatching large numbers of chickens, a good rule of thumb is that including growth time, the chickens will need over a real-time hour to replace the eggs used to hatch them. Nights skipped in a bed do not count toward this time, and the chunk(s) containing the chicken must remain loaded (that is, near a player or in the spawn chunks). This also assumes you are collecting all the eggs -- remember, loose items like eggs despawn after 5 minutes.

To filter out immature chicks which produce no loot, lay a block of lower-half slab over the hopper. This slab will stop lava from flowing down, while still allowing taller, grown-up chicken to burn.

Use the slab construction to wait for the immature ones to grow. However, this is not enough as this system kills mature chicken instantly and provides no chance of replenishing the egg supply.

By adding another dedicated egg farm, you are ready to go. You may use a large chest to equally divide eggs produced from the extra farm for egg collection and chicken farming. You can control the generation rate by controlling the egg input. The point of the farm is that adult chicken in an egg farm will provide an endless supply of eggs. We can send these eggs to a dispenser in another part of the farm where they get killed and turned into meat.

Timing: a baby chicken takes 20 minutes to grow up; a chicken 5–10 minutes to lay an egg; an egg has some 1/8 chance to spawn a baby chicken. Some redstone controls on the egg-feeding hopper can be used to limit the amount of eggs put into the system in each cycle.

This video was recorded on my xbox series x in the Minecraft Bedrock Edition beta. Its played in the 1.17 caves and cliffs update version.

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