How to Breed Villagers in Minecraft

Villagers are very useful mobs who play an essential role in Minecraft. You can use them to trade, farming, and ask them to do other useful tasks. Villagers can be found in villages near you, they also can spawn in some biomes such as savannas, plains, deserts, snowy tundras, and snowy taigas.

With all the benefits players would like to add as many villagers as they can get to their workforce. But, Acquiring villagers is not as easy as it seems. Lots of effort needed just to get them. However, there is an easy way to add numbers to your recent villagers by breeding them. But before that, you’ll need to prepare things first.


12x carrots
3x loaves of bread
12x potatoes
12x beetroots

2x Villagers
1x room
3x beds

To breed villagers in Minecraft, lure two Villagers to get inside the room you’ve prepared, Close the door and wait for 20 minutes. After waiting for 20 minutes for the 2 villagers to breed you can come back and check to see if there is little baby Villager inside the house. Also, don’t forget to place 3 beds in the room you’ve prepared before luring the villagers in the room and put some food in it.

You can have as much as you want for villagers to breed as long as you fulfill all the material needed to do so. remembers more baby villagers meaning you’ll need bigger rooms and lots more beds and foods.

The best thing you can do with your enormous villager is, you can trade them. The more villagers you can have meant the more villagers you can trade-in Minecraft. you can also give them specific jobs that can benefit you such as farming, fletching, smithing, and leatherworking.

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