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Addons for MCPE 1.17.11

yFarm Craft addon

Minecraft PE is mostly known for mining, but the yFarm addon will change this perception forever.

Expand on the game in the new ways of animal and crop farming, learn new interactions – and crafts.

New Poultries

Let’s start with the poultries. Aside from the chicken, you will be able to breed turkeys, ducks, guinea fowls, and roosters. Every now and then, every bird type, except for roosters, obviously, will be laying eggs. You also want to feed them – it can be made only through this new block called Seeds Box (all recipes included at the bottom of the page).

Pigs

Pigs received a new behavior that allows them to roll in the mud – like they do in life. Also, you can feed pigs to the point when they’re starting to acquire excessive fat, which translates into bacon later. Build a Slop box to fatten pigs up.

Goats

Goats are pooping machines, which is good for farming because manure acts as a fertilizer for the crops. Female goats are also able to produce milk, the main ingredient in cheese-making.

Ants

Ants, despite being so small, are useful too. Crops are their main interest – ants will be downgrading crops to the first growth level. As the sub-product of the process will be created a leaf. Leaves are mainly used in fertilizer production.

Fruit trees

In the trees department, we are now going to have a few new fruit trees: mango, grape, orange, pear, and pomegranate. Ripe fruits can then be processed into juice.

Fill slop boxes with vegetables

Agriculture undergoes some changes too. Crops now can fall under the attack of crows, which can destroy your entire field. An obvious answer to that danger is to set up the scarecrow nearby. Vegetable growing is an important part of the whole cycle of farm production as it serves to fill up Slop boxes for pigs.

New vegetables:

  • Cucumber
  • Brocolis
  • Blueberry
  • Strawberry
  • Lettuce
  • Pepper
  • Radish
  • Turnip
  • Corn
  • Tomatoes
  • Aubergine
All Crafting Recipes

Enable all Experimental options in the world settings.

Minecraft PE is mostly known for mining, but the yFarm addon will change this perception forever. Expand on the game in the new ways of animal and crop farming, learn new interactions – and crafts.

New Poultries

Let’s start with the poultries. Aside from the chicken, you will be able to breed turkeys, ducks, guinea fowls, and roosters. Every now and then, every bird type, except for roosters, obviously, will be laying eggs. You also want to feed them – it can be made only through this new block called Seeds Box (all recipes included at the bottom of the page).

Pigs

Pigs received a new behavior that allows them to roll in the mud – like they do in life. Also, you can feed pigs to the point when they’re starting to acquire excessive fat, which translates into bacon later. Build a Slop box to fatten pigs up.

Goats

Goats are pooping machines, which is good for farming because manure acts as a fertilizer for the crops. Female goats are also able to produce milk, the main ingredient in cheese-making.

Ants

Ants, despite being so small, are useful too. Crops are their main interest – ants will be downgrading crops to the first growth level. As the sub-product of the process will be created a leaf. Leaves are mainly used in fertilizer production.

Fruit trees

In the trees department, we are now going to have a few new fruit trees: mango, grape, orange, pear, and pomegranate. Ripe fruits can then be processed into juice.

Fill slop boxes with vegetables

Agriculture undergoes some changes too. Crops now can fall under the attack of crows, which can destroy your entire field. An obvious answer to that danger is to set up the scarecrow nearby. Vegetable growing is an important part of the whole cycle of farm production as it serves to fill up Slop boxes for pigs.

New vegetables:

  • Cucumber
  • Brocolis
  • Blueberry
  • Strawberry
  • Lettuce
  • Pepper
  • Radish
  • Turnip
  • Corn
  • Tomatoes
  • Aubergine
All Crafting Recipes

Enable all Experimental options in the world settings.

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