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Steven Rondina • November 5, 2021 5:16 pm

Possibly the most important choice a player faces in Stardew Valley is which farm type to choose, because it’s impossible to know which one is best going into a brand new game for the first time.

Though Stardew Valley gives players lots of choices to make, there aren’t really many that are of any serious long-term consequence. All spouses are functionally identical outside of their dialogue and gift preferences. There’s no practical difference between cats and dogs. Cave bats or mushrooms aren’t dramatically different in the grand scheme of things.

The biggest actual choice that players are faced with is choosing which farm map they’ll play on for the rest of the save. Unlike everything else, this carries significant implications for how the game will progress. Here’s what new players need to know about the best Stardew Valley map types.

The four corners farm is the best farm type in Stardew Valley

Though there are benefits to some of the other farm types in Stardew Valley, the four corners farm is the best.

From a money-focused perspective, the only good choices for farms in Stardew Valley are the standard farm and four corners farm. The standard farm doesn’t offer any unique perks, but what it does offer is an enormous amount of land that can be tilled and used for crops. The standard farm has 3,427 tiles that can be tilled into crops. The four corners farm, which arrived in the 1.4 update, is in second place with 2,952 farmable tiles.

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What makes the four corners farm the best is the fact that it offers all that tillable land while still offering some of the benefits of many of the other farm types. The top left offers the hardwood stumps and extra mixed seeds of the forest farm. The bottom left has a pond for fishing. Finally, the bottom right has a strip that spawns rocks and ore like the hilltop farm.

In the late game, the extra farmable tiles of the standard farm are worthwhile, but most players aren’t going to have their farms so thoroughly automated that they’ll be able to effectively make use of every single tile.

The one big knock on the four corners farm is that each corner has a cliff that mostly separates it from the other sections of the farm. Pathways can be cut once players start upgrading their tools, but it’s still a hassle early on. In the long term, this is a small trade. And if anyone does get into the very late game with a four corners farm, it offers some fun opportunities for unique layouts.

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FAQs

What type of farm is most profitable Stardew Valley? ›

Ancient Fruit, grown from Ancient Seeds, is one of the most profitable crops Stardew Valley players can plant.

Which farm is best Stardew Valley? ›

It is recommended to either go for the Four Corners Farm, as it provides a little of everything and offers ample space for farming, or the Forest Farm, as its foraging and extra hardwood can be incredibly useful. You could also consider the Beach Farm if you're interested in a challenge.

What is the best type of farm to have? ›

20 Most Profitable Small Farm Ideas
  1. Tree Nursery. A tree nursery can be a great investment when done right. ...
  2. Fish Farming. ...
  3. Dual Crop Farming. ...
  4. Dairy Farming. ...
  5. Herb Gardening. ...
  6. Bee Farming. ...
  7. Aquaponics. ...
  8. Microgreens Farming.
Aug 1, 2019

Which farming gives more money? ›

Organic Farming

It means the demand for organic products is increasing. By the production of organic fruits, vegetables, and flowers, you can earn good returns.

What farming brings in the most money? ›

Most Profitable Cash Crops for Small Farms
  • Microgreens. ...
  • Almonds. ...
  • Coconuts. ...
  • Ginseng. ...
  • Cherry Tomatoes. ...
  • Garlic. Garlic is a small plant that doesn't require much space or resources. ...
  • Saffron. Saffron is one of the most expensive culinary herb products on the market. ...
  • Basil. Basil is another herb that is prominent in many dishes.
Dec 8, 2022

Is it better to have cows or goats Stardew Valley? ›

Goats are basically neck-in-neck with Cows in terms of profit, but they make slightly less in a week because they produce Milk every other day, unlike Cows who make Milk every day. Goat Cheese can pull in quite a profit, however, especially with the Artisan Profession.

What is the best farmland? ›

  • The best states for farmland. ...
  • Montana. ...
  • Kansas. ...
  • Oklahoma. ...
  • South Dakota. ...
  • North Dakota. ...
  • Texas. ...
  • Iowa.

Who is the nicest person in Stardew Valley? ›

Haley starts out as rude and dismissive but becomes one of the kindest women in Stardew Valley. She's affectionate, caring, and shows more growth than most of the other marriage candidates. Haley's marriage gifts aren't too shabby either. She provides maple bars, eggplant parmesan, and many other food items.

How hard is it to 100% Stardew Valley? ›

To achieve perfection, you will need to maximize your friendship with every NPC in Stardew Valley. This means that you will need eight friendship hearts for dateable residents, and ten friendship hearts for everyone else.

What is the rarest crop in Stardew Valley? ›

The Rare Seed is a type of seed. A mature plant yields a Sweet Gem Berry. 600-1,000g each. (It is possible for Rare Seeds to occupy two slots in the merchant's offerings in Spring and Summer).
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Rare Seed
Traveling Cart:1,000g (Spring and Summer) 600-1,000g (1.26% chance, any season)
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Nov 4, 2022

What is the rarest thing in Stardew Valley? ›

Living Hat. The living hat is perhaps the single rarest item in Stardew Valley. With a 0.01% chance to drop from wilderness golems, rare enemies that spawn on the farm if players select the wilderness layout, they require some pre-planning to even have a chance of finding.

Does Stardew Valley have an ending? ›

This is straightforward for a lot of games, but with Stardew Valley though, there is no 'end'. As you play on your farm, you will come across various milestones and progress trackers, but there is no end to the game. Players can continue farming for years in the game without growing bored.

What are the 2 main types of farming? ›

Depending upon the geographical conditions, demand of produce, labour and level of technology, farming can be classified into two main types. These are subsistence farming and commercial farming.

How much is lavender worth? ›

When it comes to growing lavender, what you get out is in proportion to the effort you're willing to put in. In one acre, you can plant about 30 rows of 80 plants. You'll get about $10,000 worth of fresh or dried lavender in an average year. A peak harvest will yield about $30,000 per acre.

What plants make the most money in Stardew Valley? ›

Stardew Valley: 10 Most Valuable Crops To Grow, Ranked
  • Melons. ...
  • Pumpkins. ...
  • Sweet Gem Berry. ...
  • Coffee. ...
  • Cranberries. ...
  • Starfruit. ...
  • Strawberries. ...
  • Blueberries. Blueberries are not only an extremely popular and iconic crop, but it also has the highest ratio of return out of all Summer plants, with a sizeable twenty gold per day.
Aug 7, 2022

Can a farmer get rich? ›

Farm Household Wealth and Income

Farm operator households have more wealth than the average U.S. household because significant capital assets, like farmland and equipment, are generally necessary to operate a successful farm business. In 2021, the average U.S. farm household had $2,100,879 in wealth.

Can I become rich through farming? ›

Agriculture is a very great opportunity for one to make an income either on a large or small scale. There are also a lot of career options in agriculture. As the world keeps revolving, there are now different ways, you can earn from agriculture without owning a farm or even physically been present on the farm.

Can you get a dinosaur in Stardew Valley? ›

A Dinosaur is a farm animal that can be hatched by placing a Dinosaur Egg into an Incubator in a Big Coop. A Dinosaur Egg takes approximately 12.5 days to incubate. Thereafter, a Dinosaur can produce a Dinosaur Egg every 7 days.

Can goats get pregnant in Stardew Valley? ›

Goats, like cows, sheep, and pigs, have a low chance to reproduce. The more animals there are inside the same barn, the higher the chance an animal will give birth.

What biome makes the best farmland? ›

Grasslands. Grasslands are the most useful biome for agriculture because the soils are generally deep and fertile.

Why is farmland being lost? ›

The underlying causes of farmland loss in California are rapid population growth and the inefficient use of land. Since 1990, urban development has consumed an acre of land for every 9.4 people statewide. In the San Joaquin Valley, the rate was an acre for every 8 people.

How do I choose farmland? ›

6 Things to Consider Before Choosing Farmland
  1. Understanding Soil Fertility before Choosing Farmland. Soil fertility is the basis of organic production. / ...
  2. Knowing the Climate Zone. ...
  3. Considering the Locations of Potential Markets. ...
  4. Having the Right Space To Farm. ...
  5. Access to a Good Water Source. ...
  6. Importance of Water Drainage.

Is there Lgbtq in Stardew Valley? ›

The creator of Stardew Valley, Eric Barone, is a strong LGBTQ+ supporter, and it shows in his game. Players can marry any eligible character, regardless of gender.

Who is God in Stardew Valley? ›

Yoba is an ancient guardian deity in Stardew Valley. Yoba is referenced multiple times throughout the game by different characters. There is also a shrine to Yoba found in the lower right corner of Pierre's General Store where you occasionally will find different characters paying their respects to the deity.

Can boyfriend get jealous in Stardew Valley? ›

The chance that your spouse becomes jealous is between 20 and 40%, depending on daily luck. If your spouse becomes jealous, you get a 30 friendship point penalty, and the next time you speak to your spouse they will give an angry message mentioning your gift.

What is the most profitable way to make money in Stardew Valley? ›

3/8 Make Artisan Goods

Speaking of the Artisan Profession, artisan goods are extremely, extremely profitable. Almost all of them seriously boost the sell price from a product's base selling price. While many crops can be turned into artisan goods, animal products and other items should not be ignored, either.

What is the best money making method in Stardew Valley? ›

10 Fastest Ways To Make Money In Stardew Valley
  • 10/10 Fishing Requires No Investment.
  • 9/10 Foraging Around Town Brings In Some Extra Cash.
  • 8/10 Mixed Seeds For More Foraged Goods.
  • 7/10 Tree Tapping Is A Low Maintenance Venture.
  • 6/10 Kegs Triple Crop Revenue.
  • 5/10 Chickens Are The Best Bet.
Jul 7, 2022

What is the most profitable thing to sell in Stardew Valley? ›

Lava Eels, Ice Pips, and Blobfish are the most profitable outside of the Legendary Fish. With the Angler profession, an Ice Pip or Blobfish sells for 1,500 gold at the top quality. Lava Eels sell for a crazy 2,100 gold at top quality.

Are cows or goats more profitable Stardew? ›

Goats are basically neck-in-neck with Cows in terms of profit, but they make slightly less in a week because they produce Milk every other day, unlike Cows who make Milk every day. Goat Cheese can pull in quite a profit, however, especially with the Artisan Profession.

How do Year 1 Stardew Valley Make money? ›

In general, making money in Stardew Valley mostly comes from planting and harvesting crops. Focusing on the specific crops that yield the best profits over the course of a season is the best way to invest in improving a player's farming level as well as their wealth.

Is the guy who made Stardew Valley rich? ›

Because ConcernedApe made the game himself, he was able to reap most of the rewards from Stardew Valley's incredible success. As a result of the skill and passion he poured into the project, ConcernedApe's net worth now sits at approximately $34 million, per The Wealth Record.

How long does Stardew Valley take to 100%? ›

When focusing on the main objectives, Stardew Valley is about 52 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 154 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

What is the most profitable Stardew animal? ›

Pigs are easily considered to be one of the best animals in Stardew Valley. This is solely because of their ability to dig up Truffles. These Truffles are worth plenty of gold, and the more pigs players buy, the more truffles there are to sell!

What you should and shouldn't sell in Stardew Valley? ›

Gold- and silver-quality crops sell for more than the base sell price, so you should definitely sell them early on before you can craft them into anything better. This will likely be your main source of income in the first year of the game. However, you should absolutely hang on to base-quality crops.

What is the most loved item in Stardew Valley? ›

There's no going wrong with a homegrown apple, peach, or other orchard fruit: Every villager likes them, without exceptions. Though they take patience to grow, fruit trees produce daily while in season, making them an excellent source of universally-liked gifts.

How to cheat in Stardew Valley? ›

Now you'll be able to hit 'p' at any time during your game to open up a dedicated Stardew Valley cheats menu, which will allow you to enable all sorts of wonderful cheats such as: Infinite Health and Energy. Increased movement speed. Pausing/Unpausing time.

Is Coop worth it Stardew Valley? ›

Due to being cheaper than a barn and a way to house animals, a chicken coop is a good first farm building to save up for. Once built, there are plenty of methods for making total bank off of your chickens. With that money, players can upgrade the coop and make even more money in a nice circle of profit.

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