What Do Chickens Eat In Minecraft

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what do chickens eat in minecraft

How To Stop An Egg Eating Chicken Community Chickens

obtain your animals taming material you will need the following items for the following animals horse no material but your hand must be empty wolf a bone ocelot raw fish of any kind must be either raw salmon or raw fish in minecraft pe llama no material but your hand must be empty, spawning chickens the expected value of the number of chicks an egg produces is 35 256 or 0137 this means that on average spawning a single chicken requires 73 eggs a stack of 16 eggs will spawn 21875 chicks and a full inventory including the hotbar and offhand 37 16 592 eggs will spawn approximately 81 chicks

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feeding two chickens who are standing near each other wheat seeds beetroot seeds melon seeds or pumpkin seeds will produce a chick like other mobs the two parent chickens cannot enter love mode for another 5 minutes after making a chick alternatively chicks can be spawned 18 of the time when an egg is thrown chick, pigs and chickens used to be fed wheat to enter love mode as of 142 they are fed seeds and pigs use carrots which are also new to minecraft in the 142 update as well last edited by jacob10059 nov 16 2012, cows and sheep eat wheat pigs eat carrots potatoes or beetroot chickens eat seeds most easily obtained from wheat or long grass but they will eat any kind of seed such as pumpkin or melon seeds wood you will also want to harvest some wood to construct fences and gates to build enclosures, then you will want to grow wheat and make bread since you will probably want a chicken farm for experience and feathers chicken might be the main thing you eat in minecraft the best easilyobtained foods are steak and cooked porkchop if you are a vegetarian baked potato is your best bet meat fish meat comes from the animals that live in the minecraft world cows pigs sheep chickens and rabbits Description: The Wallpaper of what do chickens eat in minecraft from http://www.communitychickens.com/how-to-stop-an-egg-eating-chicken/

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