Minecraft Goat – Where To Find, How To Tame and Breed, What Do They Eat, Spawn

Minecraft 1.17 Caves and Cliffs Update has been released today across all platforms on Java and Bedrock Edition. The update has been split into two parts, and this is only the first part. The second part will be coming out during the Holidays, and no exact release date has been specified for the same.

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Ranging from Axolotl to Glow Squids and Lush Caves, the latest update has a lot to offer for players out there. A number of features were already released via Snapshots and Bedrock update previously, so players have already tried out most of these.

One of the most interesting additions in the Caves and Cliffs Update, is the newest mob, Goat. Goats quickly became popular the moment they were added via Snapshots, and now players can try out them easily with the latest 1.17 update. Here is all you need to know about it.

Caves & Cliffs Update: Part I – Official Trailer

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Caves & Cliffs Update: Part I – Official Trailer

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Minecraft Goat – Where To Find, How To Tame and Breed, What Do They Eat?

If you have just downloaded the Caves and Cliffs Update and are wondering where you can find goats, then it’s not quite difficult. Goats spawn at two different locations, either amidst mountain biomes or farms. Mountain Biomes usually have wild goats, while domestic goats are found at farms, which occur naturally in the game.

Once you have found goats, all you need to do is tame them. Taming is quite straightforward, and players need to feed the goat 5 wheat. Depending on whether the goat likes you or not (which is completely random it might or might not get tamed. If it doesn’t like you, you will get attacked and you have to try again after a while.

For breeding goats, you need to follow the same general procedure. Feed a male and female goat wheat, and they will enter love mode, and have a baby. Each time the goat is fed, the growth time of the baby gets boosted.

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