How to get clay in Stardew Valley

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There are many things you can do in this game. Stardew is quite the casual experience, but its cutesy exterior belies tons of depth. There’s farming of course, but there’s much more to do. You can grow all kinds of fruits and turn them into wine, which is a great way to make money. But if you’re not concerned about money, there’s the creative aspect as well. Getting a beautiful farm is a big goal for many players in Stardew Valley. Knowing where to get crafting materials becomes vital when you need a lot of a certain item. Let’s say you want brick paths all over your farm, you need tons of clay in Stardew Valley, here’s how to get it.

Clay is a resource that can be found by digging up dirt, sand, or Artifact Spots. You even have a chance to get some from cracking open Geodes. The chances are much better from just digging for it though, so just focus on that. . You can also use the hoe in the first 30 levels of the mine to get a ton of different drops. Artifacts, fruit and clay are just a few things you can get.

So now that you have some clay in Stardew Valley, what do you do with it? There are actually a few things you can do. Clay is used for many different items. Some soil amendments like Quality-retaining soil use Clay. You also need this item to craft pots and bricks, which are great for decoration.

Here are the basic recipes you can use some clay in Stardew Valley for:

  • Quality Retaining Soil 
      • One Clay
      • Three Stone
  • Deluxe Retaining Soil
      • Three Clay
      • 20 Stone
      • 10 Bone Fragments
  • Bone Mill
      • Three Clay
      • 20 Stone
      • 10 Bone Fragments
  • Fiber Seeds
      • One Clay
      • One Mixed Seeds
      • Five Sap
  • Garden pot
      • One Clay
      • 10 Stone
      • One Refined Quartz
  • Brick Floor
      • Two Clay
      • Five Stone  
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You also need some clay to build the silo, which is vital for farming of animals. Chickens, ducks and other animals all need Hay, and having a Silo makes feeding all these beasts much easier. Now you know what to do, and where to look for some clay. So get out there and start digging.

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