You can always lessen your workload in Stardew Valley using a piece of equipment like Wood Chipper. Have you ever heard of it? Here’s a quick guide that’ll teach you everything about its uses and benefits.
Wood is an essential part of crafting in Stardew Valley. If you’re running out of energy and need more of this item, then you can use a Wood Chipper. It’s not just a time-efficient machine but also a great way to conserve your energy.
Moreover, you can also collect items that are only obtainable if you have a Tapper. If this piqued your interest, read this guide to learn more about its uses, function, and benefits!
What’s a Wood Chipper?
A Wood Chipper is a refining equipment that turns wood into other helpful items. And it takes three hours to process your inputs’ products.
What are its Products?
There are limited items you can put in this equipment, but each comes with great benefits. Here’s the list of materials that you can use:
|Input||Products||No. of Pieces||Chances|
|Hard Wood||Wood||5 to 10||96%|
|Wood||15 to 20||2%|
|Driftwood||Wood||5 to 9||100%|
You’ll get Hard Wood by foraging and chopping off huge stumps and Mahogany Trees in Stardew Valley. While you’ll find Driftwood by fishing and using Crab Pots. It’s also discoverable in areas like Fish Ponds.
Here’s what they look like:
Where Can You Get It?
You may purchase a Wood Chipper at Robin’s Carpenter Shop for 1000g. You’ll receive a mail from her on the second day of Winter Year 1, telling you that she has this new item.