Stardew Valley Artisan Or Agriculturist (Best Choice)

We want to make sure you’re prepared to create the best choice possible while choosing between the artisan or Agriculturist profession in Stardew valley. I will go over all the pros, cons, and what our choice is for the best choice.

Stardew Valley – Artisan Profession

The Artistan Profession in Stardew Valley gives you 40% more profit on all artisan goods. This is a huge increase. If you have 100 machines this would be like adding another 40 machines to your current ones but without actually adding them. This effects all machines.

This effects the following items in Stardew Valley.

  • Wine
  • Pale Ale
  • Beer
  • Mead
  • Cheese
  • Goat Cheese
  • Coffee
  • Green Tea
  • Juice
  • Cloth
  • Mayonnaise
  • Duck Mayonnaise
  • Void mayonnaise
  • Dinosaur Mayonnaise
  • Truffle Oil
  • Oil
  • Pickles
  • Jelly
  • Caviar
  • Aged Roe

You can see this is a vast list of items and would most likely help instantly increase the profits of most players farms.

How To Get Artisan Profession In Stardew Valley

To get the artisan Profession In Stardew Valley all you need to do is reach level 10 of the Farming Skill Tree. You can gain experience harvesting crops, or caring for animals on your farm.

Stardew Valley – Agriculturist Profession

The Agriculturist Profession in Stardew valley gives you 10% more profit for all crops. This is most useful for people who are growing very high value crops, or are only focusing crops as their main income source.

Agriculturist Vs Artisan (Best Choice)

We fully believe Artisan is the best choice for nearly all players. Even with the wait times of producing items in machines the 40% increase is a substantial boost to your income for already high value items. The further you get in the game more likely you are to gravitate towards more of these automatic options like Roe farms. This is just a nice boost to your automatic production value.

Conclusion

We told you our best choice, what is yours? Are you someone who only focuses crops? We’d love to hear about it.

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