If you are new to the Stardew Valley game, there is a choice that you have to make – what type of worker do you want? Should you be a rancher or should you be a tiller? In this blog post, we will discuss which one is better and why. Ranchers and Tillers each have their advantages in Stardew Valley, so it’s up to you to decide which one fits your playstyle best!
Rancher vs Tiller
The first thing to consider is which profession you want. If you are a beginner in Stardew Valley, it might be beneficial to choose the tiller because they don’t need as much starting capital and will always have work available on their farm. Tilling also helps raise your friendship with townspeople who live nearby by running errands for them.
If you are looking for a challenge and want to experience everything Stardew Valley has to offer, then being a rancher is the way to go! Ranchers have an easier time earning more money by selling their goods at Pierre’s General Store as well as many other benefits that come with this profession. However, if you decide to become a rancher make sure your house is big enough because animals take up space in your home!
What are the benefits of being a rancher?
– More money from better sales at Pierre’s General Store.
– You’ll have more room in your house because animals take up space.
What are the benefits of tilling?
– It will always provide you with work and there is no downside to it like tending to animals.
– You can make more money by selling crops to different markets such as Clint’s Wares or Pierre’s General Store, but your house will be smaller because you have fewer acres of land for farming.
What should I do if my decision is still up in the air?
– There are many factors that go into choosing between being a rancher or tiller. You should weigh the pros and cons of each choice before making your decision.
– Remember that you can always change jobs once you have reached level 25 in one job, but it will cost some money to switch back to an earlier career such as being a farmer instead of a rancher or tiller.
What are the advantages/disadvantages of claiming my own farm?
– The benefits include not having any rent costs and getting more profits from crops than other farms because they’ll never be harvested by anyone else (though there is also no downside).