I would personally just move plants to the left of the walkway and add grass instead. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, This is my original farm with save uploads from year 3-7, https://stardew.info/planner/sharp-impala-94/.

Although players do have to choose one and none of… you can get away with a single silo and a chest next to the hay and easily fill from that as needed, again, farm aesthetics)Furnaces outside means you visually see them finished.Fruit trees are a terrible min/max investment due to their cost and return (takes several years and consumes 9 spaces)Pine/Oak/Maple can be planted outside of the farm anywhere you can hoe the land if you need wood/tapper)Pathways are only required for horse 1 horizontal and 2 vertical, otherwise again, aesthetic.I've always found I start my day with activities on the farm before leaving so getting the horse from the left side saves the small amount of time going to the right just to pick it up.Animals, if you choose to interact with them daily are easiest closer to the house if you have all plants on sprinkler systems.Mill takes up a 2x4 and costs 2,500 (4780g if you include 1880 in cloth, 300 wood, 100 stone) to save 65g in flour or -20g in sugar (accounting for seed cost and lowest quality)Jumino huts are awesome, surprised they aren't on the design, just make sure they can't reach flowers for beehives.Location of everything is ultimately aesthetic, especially on the main map which has very few obstacles.Find out what you like and include it in your farm, I usually liked browsing upload.farm for ideas on designs, most of the time there are few critics because it's so open ended and easy enough to make money.This is my original farm with save uploads from year 3-7As for advice, winter forage farming is great for setting up spring easily with the last week planned for throwaway and ease of scythe to plant everything. ... which is hardly paltry garden size.

Due to the ease of making money, a lot of the designs are aesthetic/cosmetic and not exclusively min/max.I'm basing most responses to your questions referencing Dry Monkey's map.Depending on the amount of land available to the animals you will not have enough space to feed them without buying hay from Marnie, so the benefit of leaving an unbuilt coop/barn is on play style (will you NEVER buy from Marnie? I checked out several designs on the planner to try and educate myself, and have some questions: Why are everyone's east-west paths two tiles wide?

Pick the farm whose layout and perks interest you most. processing facilities right outside (and near the Greenhouse which you visit often in any case). Battery Pack lightning rods at the top since nothing, no buildings or farming spot, can be placed there and look good. The Standard Farm is basically the "default" map in Stardew Valley. Any comments about putting the horse stable on the left vs. right side of your house?

Just moved some buildings and it's not a problem space wise and your animals should be able to go down to the grass if that is how you want your farm set up to be.https://stardew.info/planner/sharp-impala-94/Also, water acts as a barrier to animals and do any items your character cannot pass (lightning rods, trees, fences, sprinklers, barrels, lights, etc)I would also encourage you to plan to use jumino huts as well so you don't redo your layout after you can build them, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the StardewValley community.

Which ones do you tend to use most / least? I would recommend moving the silos to the right since there is a column of dead space there anyways and I don't think grass grows there. Did I scrunch things up too much inside the "animal quad"?

The Sheds are to the top left because my greenhouse currently has 116 ancient fruits which is enough for two sheds filled with barrels, and the two others are filled with crystalariums for diamonds.

(Multiplayer isn't supported on mobile). Yes, you could go full min/max on your farm but it would just be optimal and not your farm. I'm halfway through my first winter, and looking for tips to help me optimize my farm design (some might say "min/max advice"). Any techniques I should definitely not miss?

Would it be more space-efficient to put them in a barn or would that obfuscate their progress too much or slow you down by always needing to enter/exit building? Latter three farm types are the most common among Stardew Valley players, because these are beautiful, profitable or even both. Any thoughts on this sort of thing: https://stardew.info/planner/tall-husky-43/. This information was gathered using the Stardew Valley Planner [stardew.info]. The standard farm has room for 3662 items, 3427 of which can be crops.

The closeness of the coops and barns is fine I think but I usually have two spaces in front of doors, I think they can move but they might just go back and forth in a weird motion in front of the door and not go to the side.

putting a floor tile under your sprinklers). Stable to the right of the house to make a quick getaway out of the map.

There are six different Farm Maps to choose from in Stardew Valley.

(Purely cosmetic, or does it make it more convenient to mount/dismount or something?). But do not limit your imagination. Tips for optimal farm design.

Make sense? The barn and coop sections are segregated, but you could mix it up…

While this is a great tool, there are some things to keep in mind. And these are the tips that helped me progress fast (maybe too fast): Farm during Spring to get enough money to farm for the Summer, and use Spring as a means to clean your farm and find out how you're going to generally place everything, such as sprinklers, barns and coops. Use this month to farm a LOT of minerals, along with leveling your forage and fishing by cutting down every tree and magic stumps every day, and fishing to just get fast pocket money every day.

Barns and coops share a common grass paddock, with dedicated storage and dairy/egg/etc. Here’s a good example of a farm focused on animals. You don't need it any other place than that unless you want your map to look pretty, I'd say close to the right exit is the optimal place for your horse. Farm during Summer to get money for the Fall and enough experience to build Quality Sprinkler, and go half-way to Level 10 for the final sprinklers. And will those scarecrows get in the way of his horse, or can he squeeze through around them?

I gather the stable can no longer be attached directly adjacent to the house, unless you savegame-edit). (Multiplayer isn't supported on mobile). Each map offers a unique layout of the Farm, offering different benefits and favoring specific skills. Any thoughts on the idea of putting my main storage area CENTRAL to my map, instead of next to the house? I figured this lets me keep the barns / coops closeby, without sacrificing a lot of valuable house-proximate real estate to grass.

End Game Farm.

To cut down the time it takes going back and forth between storage and the various producers. Then, just get enough money to repair the Bus and go to the Skull Mines every day until you get enough iridium to craft those sprinklers. The Standard Farm offers the most space to plant crops and raise animals.

And most of the questions you've asked is only because they like the look of it. Thanks for the responses!

(e.g.

In general which buildings should I try to keep close to my house vs. far away.

1.9k. Don't forget Lightning Rods for Battery Packs, and mining at Level 80 in the mines to get Gold. Only one map can be chosen when starting a new game, and cannot be changed once selected. Stardew Valley Farm Layout Guide, Setup Planner, and Design Tips Brielle Bullard; June 5, 2018; ... For the sake of simplicity, this guide is written with the Standard Farm map in mind. Big thanks to Zola from #modding @ Stardew Discord for getting me the correct background image; Added placeable shipping bin. ... Stardew Valley is an open-ended country-life RPG with support for 1–4 players. Also, although the animals do wander, I don't think that they would make an orderly line down to the grass to eat, but I'm not 100%. Here's my old map that I made after 1.1 came out. Close. As for the buildings you should place near your house would be the stable and only that.

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far corners of your map, Use Barns for storage as they're bigger on the inside than outside (but if filling with things like Kegs, keep one keg outside and fill it last to use as an indicator for when the ones inside are done), Hold back one Barn or Coop from being fully upgraded to Deluxe, otherwise you won't be able to remove hay from your Autofeeders, Put fruit trees far away as they can accumulate three days of fruit before needing tending.

Nice large area for storage and mechanical - Although do you really need that many furnaces? I gather diagonal shortcuts get you from point A to B faster than taking a longer route along cardinal directions.

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I would personally just move plants to the left of the walkway and add grass instead. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, This is my original farm with save uploads from year 3-7, https://stardew.info/planner/sharp-impala-94/.

Although players do have to choose one and none of… you can get away with a single silo and a chest next to the hay and easily fill from that as needed, again, farm aesthetics)Furnaces outside means you visually see them finished.Fruit trees are a terrible min/max investment due to their cost and return (takes several years and consumes 9 spaces)Pine/Oak/Maple can be planted outside of the farm anywhere you can hoe the land if you need wood/tapper)Pathways are only required for horse 1 horizontal and 2 vertical, otherwise again, aesthetic.I've always found I start my day with activities on the farm before leaving so getting the horse from the left side saves the small amount of time going to the right just to pick it up.Animals, if you choose to interact with them daily are easiest closer to the house if you have all plants on sprinkler systems.Mill takes up a 2x4 and costs 2,500 (4780g if you include 1880 in cloth, 300 wood, 100 stone) to save 65g in flour or -20g in sugar (accounting for seed cost and lowest quality)Jumino huts are awesome, surprised they aren't on the design, just make sure they can't reach flowers for beehives.Location of everything is ultimately aesthetic, especially on the main map which has very few obstacles.Find out what you like and include it in your farm, I usually liked browsing upload.farm for ideas on designs, most of the time there are few critics because it's so open ended and easy enough to make money.This is my original farm with save uploads from year 3-7As for advice, winter forage farming is great for setting up spring easily with the last week planned for throwaway and ease of scythe to plant everything. ... which is hardly paltry garden size.

Due to the ease of making money, a lot of the designs are aesthetic/cosmetic and not exclusively min/max.I'm basing most responses to your questions referencing Dry Monkey's map.Depending on the amount of land available to the animals you will not have enough space to feed them without buying hay from Marnie, so the benefit of leaving an unbuilt coop/barn is on play style (will you NEVER buy from Marnie? I checked out several designs on the planner to try and educate myself, and have some questions: Why are everyone's east-west paths two tiles wide?

Pick the farm whose layout and perks interest you most. processing facilities right outside (and near the Greenhouse which you visit often in any case). Battery Pack lightning rods at the top since nothing, no buildings or farming spot, can be placed there and look good. The Standard Farm is basically the "default" map in Stardew Valley. Any comments about putting the horse stable on the left vs. right side of your house?

Just moved some buildings and it's not a problem space wise and your animals should be able to go down to the grass if that is how you want your farm set up to be.https://stardew.info/planner/sharp-impala-94/Also, water acts as a barrier to animals and do any items your character cannot pass (lightning rods, trees, fences, sprinklers, barrels, lights, etc)I would also encourage you to plan to use jumino huts as well so you don't redo your layout after you can build them, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the StardewValley community.

Which ones do you tend to use most / least? I would recommend moving the silos to the right since there is a column of dead space there anyways and I don't think grass grows there. Did I scrunch things up too much inside the "animal quad"?

The Sheds are to the top left because my greenhouse currently has 116 ancient fruits which is enough for two sheds filled with barrels, and the two others are filled with crystalariums for diamonds.

(Multiplayer isn't supported on mobile). Yes, you could go full min/max on your farm but it would just be optimal and not your farm. I'm halfway through my first winter, and looking for tips to help me optimize my farm design (some might say "min/max advice"). Any techniques I should definitely not miss?

Would it be more space-efficient to put them in a barn or would that obfuscate their progress too much or slow you down by always needing to enter/exit building? Latter three farm types are the most common among Stardew Valley players, because these are beautiful, profitable or even both. Any thoughts on this sort of thing: https://stardew.info/planner/tall-husky-43/. This information was gathered using the Stardew Valley Planner [stardew.info]. The standard farm has room for 3662 items, 3427 of which can be crops.

The closeness of the coops and barns is fine I think but I usually have two spaces in front of doors, I think they can move but they might just go back and forth in a weird motion in front of the door and not go to the side.

putting a floor tile under your sprinklers). Stable to the right of the house to make a quick getaway out of the map.

There are six different Farm Maps to choose from in Stardew Valley.

(Purely cosmetic, or does it make it more convenient to mount/dismount or something?). But do not limit your imagination. Tips for optimal farm design.

Make sense? The barn and coop sections are segregated, but you could mix it up…

While this is a great tool, there are some things to keep in mind. And these are the tips that helped me progress fast (maybe too fast): Farm during Spring to get enough money to farm for the Summer, and use Spring as a means to clean your farm and find out how you're going to generally place everything, such as sprinklers, barns and coops. Use this month to farm a LOT of minerals, along with leveling your forage and fishing by cutting down every tree and magic stumps every day, and fishing to just get fast pocket money every day.

Barns and coops share a common grass paddock, with dedicated storage and dairy/egg/etc. Here’s a good example of a farm focused on animals. You don't need it any other place than that unless you want your map to look pretty, I'd say close to the right exit is the optimal place for your horse. Farm during Summer to get money for the Fall and enough experience to build Quality Sprinkler, and go half-way to Level 10 for the final sprinklers. And will those scarecrows get in the way of his horse, or can he squeeze through around them?

I gather the stable can no longer be attached directly adjacent to the house, unless you savegame-edit). (Multiplayer isn't supported on mobile). Each map offers a unique layout of the Farm, offering different benefits and favoring specific skills. Any thoughts on the idea of putting my main storage area CENTRAL to my map, instead of next to the house? I figured this lets me keep the barns / coops closeby, without sacrificing a lot of valuable house-proximate real estate to grass.

End Game Farm.

To cut down the time it takes going back and forth between storage and the various producers. Then, just get enough money to repair the Bus and go to the Skull Mines every day until you get enough iridium to craft those sprinklers. The Standard Farm offers the most space to plant crops and raise animals.

And most of the questions you've asked is only because they like the look of it. Thanks for the responses!

(e.g.

In general which buildings should I try to keep close to my house vs. far away.

1.9k. Don't forget Lightning Rods for Battery Packs, and mining at Level 80 in the mines to get Gold. Only one map can be chosen when starting a new game, and cannot be changed once selected. Stardew Valley Farm Layout Guide, Setup Planner, and Design Tips Brielle Bullard; June 5, 2018; ... For the sake of simplicity, this guide is written with the Standard Farm map in mind. Big thanks to Zola from #modding @ Stardew Discord for getting me the correct background image; Added placeable shipping bin. ... Stardew Valley is an open-ended country-life RPG with support for 1–4 players. Also, although the animals do wander, I don't think that they would make an orderly line down to the grass to eat, but I'm not 100%. Here's my old map that I made after 1.1 came out. Close. As for the buildings you should place near your house would be the stable and only that.

664k.

far corners of your map, Use Barns for storage as they're bigger on the inside than outside (but if filling with things like Kegs, keep one keg outside and fill it last to use as an indicator for when the ones inside are done), Hold back one Barn or Coop from being fully upgraded to Deluxe, otherwise you won't be able to remove hay from your Autofeeders, Put fruit trees far away as they can accumulate three days of fruit before needing tending.

Nice large area for storage and mechanical - Although do you really need that many furnaces? I gather diagonal shortcuts get you from point A to B faster than taking a longer route along cardinal directions.

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stardew valley standard farm layout

farmers.

Farm Winter Seeds during Winter but don't sell the crops until your third growth. Once you KNOW that you will be playing continuously until Spring 1, you can plant grass to spread (there is a bug where the game doesn't check for grass growing in winter unless you close and open a save) If you decide to put your sheds (and bee houses) away from your house I would suggest putting the indicator kegs (and bee house) near your house since you will always start and end your day from there.

Why did he leave SO MUCH space (three tiles instead of one or two) surrounding his main crop fields? Added Farm Extended map layout by Forkmaster. Everyone can go optimal and your farms would all look relatively the same, but building your own farm is far more satisfying than reading a guide.

Thanks @Odin!

Press J to jump to the feed. In talks with a modder from the Stardew Discord to get a mod for extracting exact restriction areas for any maps (including custom ones).

Are there any good sites/threads where folks have posted their layouts and the community critiques them?

Tips for optimal farm design.

Discussion.

I thought the two-tile requirement for your horse only applies to north-south paths, so why is everyone "wasting space" with the extra row?

I would personally just move plants to the left of the walkway and add grass instead. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, This is my original farm with save uploads from year 3-7, https://stardew.info/planner/sharp-impala-94/.

Although players do have to choose one and none of… you can get away with a single silo and a chest next to the hay and easily fill from that as needed, again, farm aesthetics)Furnaces outside means you visually see them finished.Fruit trees are a terrible min/max investment due to their cost and return (takes several years and consumes 9 spaces)Pine/Oak/Maple can be planted outside of the farm anywhere you can hoe the land if you need wood/tapper)Pathways are only required for horse 1 horizontal and 2 vertical, otherwise again, aesthetic.I've always found I start my day with activities on the farm before leaving so getting the horse from the left side saves the small amount of time going to the right just to pick it up.Animals, if you choose to interact with them daily are easiest closer to the house if you have all plants on sprinkler systems.Mill takes up a 2x4 and costs 2,500 (4780g if you include 1880 in cloth, 300 wood, 100 stone) to save 65g in flour or -20g in sugar (accounting for seed cost and lowest quality)Jumino huts are awesome, surprised they aren't on the design, just make sure they can't reach flowers for beehives.Location of everything is ultimately aesthetic, especially on the main map which has very few obstacles.Find out what you like and include it in your farm, I usually liked browsing upload.farm for ideas on designs, most of the time there are few critics because it's so open ended and easy enough to make money.This is my original farm with save uploads from year 3-7As for advice, winter forage farming is great for setting up spring easily with the last week planned for throwaway and ease of scythe to plant everything. ... which is hardly paltry garden size.

Due to the ease of making money, a lot of the designs are aesthetic/cosmetic and not exclusively min/max.I'm basing most responses to your questions referencing Dry Monkey's map.Depending on the amount of land available to the animals you will not have enough space to feed them without buying hay from Marnie, so the benefit of leaving an unbuilt coop/barn is on play style (will you NEVER buy from Marnie? I checked out several designs on the planner to try and educate myself, and have some questions: Why are everyone's east-west paths two tiles wide?

Pick the farm whose layout and perks interest you most. processing facilities right outside (and near the Greenhouse which you visit often in any case). Battery Pack lightning rods at the top since nothing, no buildings or farming spot, can be placed there and look good. The Standard Farm is basically the "default" map in Stardew Valley. Any comments about putting the horse stable on the left vs. right side of your house?

Just moved some buildings and it's not a problem space wise and your animals should be able to go down to the grass if that is how you want your farm set up to be.https://stardew.info/planner/sharp-impala-94/Also, water acts as a barrier to animals and do any items your character cannot pass (lightning rods, trees, fences, sprinklers, barrels, lights, etc)I would also encourage you to plan to use jumino huts as well so you don't redo your layout after you can build them, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the StardewValley community.

Which ones do you tend to use most / least? I would recommend moving the silos to the right since there is a column of dead space there anyways and I don't think grass grows there. Did I scrunch things up too much inside the "animal quad"?

The Sheds are to the top left because my greenhouse currently has 116 ancient fruits which is enough for two sheds filled with barrels, and the two others are filled with crystalariums for diamonds.

(Multiplayer isn't supported on mobile). Yes, you could go full min/max on your farm but it would just be optimal and not your farm. I'm halfway through my first winter, and looking for tips to help me optimize my farm design (some might say "min/max advice"). Any techniques I should definitely not miss?

Would it be more space-efficient to put them in a barn or would that obfuscate their progress too much or slow you down by always needing to enter/exit building? Latter three farm types are the most common among Stardew Valley players, because these are beautiful, profitable or even both. Any thoughts on this sort of thing: https://stardew.info/planner/tall-husky-43/. This information was gathered using the Stardew Valley Planner [stardew.info]. The standard farm has room for 3662 items, 3427 of which can be crops.

The closeness of the coops and barns is fine I think but I usually have two spaces in front of doors, I think they can move but they might just go back and forth in a weird motion in front of the door and not go to the side.

putting a floor tile under your sprinklers). Stable to the right of the house to make a quick getaway out of the map.

There are six different Farm Maps to choose from in Stardew Valley.

(Purely cosmetic, or does it make it more convenient to mount/dismount or something?). But do not limit your imagination. Tips for optimal farm design.

Make sense? The barn and coop sections are segregated, but you could mix it up…

While this is a great tool, there are some things to keep in mind. And these are the tips that helped me progress fast (maybe too fast): Farm during Spring to get enough money to farm for the Summer, and use Spring as a means to clean your farm and find out how you're going to generally place everything, such as sprinklers, barns and coops. Use this month to farm a LOT of minerals, along with leveling your forage and fishing by cutting down every tree and magic stumps every day, and fishing to just get fast pocket money every day.

Barns and coops share a common grass paddock, with dedicated storage and dairy/egg/etc. Here’s a good example of a farm focused on animals. You don't need it any other place than that unless you want your map to look pretty, I'd say close to the right exit is the optimal place for your horse. Farm during Summer to get money for the Fall and enough experience to build Quality Sprinkler, and go half-way to Level 10 for the final sprinklers. And will those scarecrows get in the way of his horse, or can he squeeze through around them?

I gather the stable can no longer be attached directly adjacent to the house, unless you savegame-edit). (Multiplayer isn't supported on mobile). Each map offers a unique layout of the Farm, offering different benefits and favoring specific skills. Any thoughts on the idea of putting my main storage area CENTRAL to my map, instead of next to the house? I figured this lets me keep the barns / coops closeby, without sacrificing a lot of valuable house-proximate real estate to grass.

End Game Farm.

To cut down the time it takes going back and forth between storage and the various producers. Then, just get enough money to repair the Bus and go to the Skull Mines every day until you get enough iridium to craft those sprinklers. The Standard Farm offers the most space to plant crops and raise animals.

And most of the questions you've asked is only because they like the look of it. Thanks for the responses!

(e.g.

In general which buildings should I try to keep close to my house vs. far away.

1.9k. Don't forget Lightning Rods for Battery Packs, and mining at Level 80 in the mines to get Gold. Only one map can be chosen when starting a new game, and cannot be changed once selected. Stardew Valley Farm Layout Guide, Setup Planner, and Design Tips Brielle Bullard; June 5, 2018; ... For the sake of simplicity, this guide is written with the Standard Farm map in mind. Big thanks to Zola from #modding @ Stardew Discord for getting me the correct background image; Added placeable shipping bin. ... Stardew Valley is an open-ended country-life RPG with support for 1–4 players. Also, although the animals do wander, I don't think that they would make an orderly line down to the grass to eat, but I'm not 100%. Here's my old map that I made after 1.1 came out. Close. As for the buildings you should place near your house would be the stable and only that.

664k.

far corners of your map, Use Barns for storage as they're bigger on the inside than outside (but if filling with things like Kegs, keep one keg outside and fill it last to use as an indicator for when the ones inside are done), Hold back one Barn or Coop from being fully upgraded to Deluxe, otherwise you won't be able to remove hay from your Autofeeders, Put fruit trees far away as they can accumulate three days of fruit before needing tending.

Nice large area for storage and mechanical - Although do you really need that many furnaces? I gather diagonal shortcuts get you from point A to B faster than taking a longer route along cardinal directions.

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