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Carrot

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Carrot
Carrots.gif

Type

Food

Restores

3 (Half Hunger.svgHunger.svg)

Cookable

No

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

First appearances

See History

Data values

See Data values

Name

See Data values

A carrot is a food item that can be eaten by the player.

Obtaining[edit]

Farming[edit]

See also: Crop farming

Carrots can be farmed and harvested on farmland. Planted carrots take 8 stages to grow, and go through 4 visually distinct stages. Mature carrot crops drop 1 to 4 carrots (about 2 57 per crop harvested on average). Bone meal can be used on carrots. Using a tool enchanted with fortune increases the maximum number of carrots dropped by 1 per level.

Villager farmers will break fully grown carrots, and may pick up the carrots as well.

Rabbits will find and eat carrot crops, decreasing its growth stage by 1. The crops when eaten will not drop any carrots.

Zombies[edit]

Rarely, zombies may drop a carrot when killed by the player.

Natural generation[edit]

Village farm plots have a 20% chance of being carrots.

Carrots can be found in 50.7% of shipwreck supply chests in stacks of 4–8.

In Bedrock Edition they can be found in 81.7% of village two-room house chests in stacks of 4–8, and in 50.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–2.

Usage[edit]

See also: Hunger management

To eat a carrot, press and hold use while the carrot is selected in the hotbar. Eating a carrot restores 3 (Half Hunger.svgHunger.svg) hunger and 3.6 hunger saturation.

Breeding[edit]

Carrots can also be used to breed and attract pigs and rabbits.

Villagers can pick up carrot items to become willing, which will allow them to breed. Villagers require 12 carrots to become willing.

Trading[edit]

Villager farmers will buy 15-19 carrots for an emerald as one of their initial tier trades.

Crafting ingredient[edit]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Carrot on a Stick Fishing Rod or
Damaged Fishing Rod +
Carrot












The fishing rod must not be damaged to craft the carrot on a stick.[Bedrock and Legacy Console editions only]
Golden Carrot Gold Nugget +
Carrot











Rabbit Stew Cooked Rabbit +
Carrot +
Baked Potato +
Any Mushroom +
Bowl












Data values[edit]

ID[edit]

Carrot ID Name Numerical ID [Bedrock Edition only]

Block
carrots 141

Item
carrot 391

Block data[edit]

See also: Data values

In Bedrock Edition, carrots use the following data values:

Icon Value

0, 1

2, 3

4, 5, 6

7

Block state[edit]

See also: Block states
Name Value Description

 age
0–1
2–3
4–6
7
Fully-grown.

Advancements[edit]

Icon Advancement In-game description Parent Actual requirements (if different) Internal ID
Advancement-plain-raw.png
Husbandry The world is full of friends and food Eat anything that can be eaten. minecraft:husbandry/root
Advancement-fancy-raw.png
A Balanced Diet Eat everything that is edible, even if it's not good for you A Seedy Place Eat each of these 36 foods. Other foods, like cake, are ignored for the advancement. minecraft:husbandry/balanced_diet

Video[edit]

History[edit]

Official release
1.4.2 12w34a
Added carrots. They could only be obtained as a rare drop from zombies.
August 28, 2012 Dinnerbone released an image of a saddled pig being controlled with a carrot on a stick. Wheat was considered as a "fuel" along with carrots,[1] but Dinnerbone eventually decided on carrots.[2]
12w34a Carrots can now be used to craft golden carrots.
12w36a Carrots can now be found in villages.
Carrots are now used to breed pigs.
Carrots are now used to craft carrot on a stick.
12w37a
Carrots changed to singular carrot, with the tooltip changed to reflect this. Carrot texture also changed, so that the item sprite now only shows 1 carrot.
1.5 13w04a Bone meal will now only grow carrots by 1 stage instead of fully growing it. The player might not see it grow, because some stages look the same.
1.8 14w02a Carrots now restore 3 (Half Hunger.svgHunger.svg) points instead of 4 (Hunger.svgHunger.svg).
Farmer villagers now buy 15–19 carrots for 1 emerald.
14w04a Farmer (profession) villagers now harvest fully grown carrots.
Villagers can be made willing using 12 carrots.
14w25a The carrot crop block has been removed from the game. It can no longer exist in inventories, only as a block in the world.
14w27a Added rabbits, which can be bred and/or tamed using carrots. Rabbits also grief carrot crops.
Carrots are now used to craft rabbit stew.
14w34a Rabbits can no longer be tamed.
1.9 15w38a Slightly improved drop chances from average 2 35 per crop harvested to 2 57.
1.13 17w47a Prior to The Flattening, this block's numeral ID was 141, and the item's 391.
18w11a Carrots can now generate in the chests of shipwrecks.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.8.0 build 2
Carrots can now be obtained by killing zombies.
build 3 Carrots now has a chance to drop when tilling grass blocks.
build 4 Carrots are no longer dropped by tilling grass blocks.
0.9.0 build 1 Carrot crops now naturally spawn in villages.
Carrot now used to breed pigs.
0.12.1 build 1 Carrots now restore hunger instead of health.
Farmer (profession) villagers can harvest fully grown carrot crops.
Carrots can be used to craft golden carrots.
0.13.0 build 1 Carrot can be used to breed rabbits.
Carrots can now be used to craft rabbit stew.
0.15.0 build 1 Carrots are now used to craft carrot on a stick.
0.16.2 Carrots can be found in a chest inside the large house in ice plains and cold taiga villages.
Pocket Edition
1.0.4 alpha 1.0.4.0 Farmer villagers now buy 15–19 carrots for 1 emerald.
Bedrock Edition
1.2 beta 1.2.0.2 Carrots can now be found inside of bonus chests.
1.4 beta 1.2.14.2 Carrots can now be found inside shipwreck chests.
Legacy Console Edition
TU14 CU1 1.04 Patch 1
Added carrots.

Issues[edit]

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