Stardew Valley – Tips for Farm Layout and Design

Stardew Valley was first released in early 2016 on the PC, and with the advent of the mobile ports, is now available on basically every platform you’d ever want to play the game on. It is a harvest moon-like game of plating crops then watering and eventually harvesting them, turning a profit, then re-investing that profit in expanding your farm in a variety of interesting ways.


Here is some tips and tricks for the best farm layout.

1.Trellis crops will stop you in your path

Crops that grow on trellis will stop you in your path.  Which means that you need to actually reach each crop in order to harvest them. The 3X3 layout will pretty good.


2.Stop digging up your Sprinklers

Just place your Sprinklers on a path tile in case that you won’t hoe ‘em up by mistake.


3.Lightning strikes are more common than you’d think

Lightning Rods can be placed anywhere on your farm to absorb lightning, so they will not need to be worked into your plot layout.


4.Keep Fruit Trees Far Away

Fruit trees will accumulate three days of fruit before needing tending. So just put the fruit trees ayay.


5.Barns: not just for animals anymore!

Barns are good for extra storage space for chests, kegs, farming equipment. But it may be a litter expensive. Sheds are cheaper and are also a good starting point. If you are 7X3 layout, the Sheds may be better, the 7X3 layout may be good for Barns.


6.Make Sure Your Farm is Horse-Friendly

You will get a quality horse when you had built a Stable. The horse will make you move 30 percent faster. However. What you should keep in mind is that the horse can pass through one space tiles with no trouble, but when moving vertically, it will require at least two spaces of room.  This stick is important and you should make the best use of it.


7.Winter is coming—time to tear down the farm!

You can’t plant any crops in the winter. So the winter is the best time to catch up on the“everything else” besides farming: relationships, foraging, fishing, etc. you should also make some changes to your farm’s layout in order to pass the winter.


Here is some ideas for the best farm layout

  1. This may be one of the best farm layout with a nice variety of crops, trees and everything is practically connected using beautiful paths all around the farm.

  1. This layout is not much more beautiful. However. The profit would be pretty great.

Here is some other farm layout and designs.


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