Top 5 farms to build in Minecraft



Raid farms are quite resource-intensive and hard to build, but it's an efficient and fun way to get tons of XP abd loot. Basically, this farm takes advantage of Minecraft's Ominous Banner mechanic, which starts a raid when the banner carrier is killed. The incoming raiders will then be guided into the trap and killed.

Raid farm



Having an iron farm running in the background while the player builds or maintains their land is a perfect way to rack up hundreds of iron without doing anything. This is the ultimate farm for players wanting to create a full beacon with iron blocks.

Iron farm



Basically, as the kelp grows in the farm, the observer block sees this and activates the piston, which breaks the kelp. The kelp is then transported into a furnace by a hopper, cooking it before moving the kelp into a chest. Once the player removes a single kelp from the smoker, it will provide XP for all of the cooked kelp.

Kelp farm



The classic mob tower farm  is one of the easiest mob farms to make in Minecraft. The hardest resources to acquire for this build are hoppers, trapdoors, and 25 stacks of cobblestone, which is not very hard to acquire at all! 

Classic Mob Tower XP Farm



Mob spawners can be a great source of resources and XP. The mob spawner (pictured above) can only spawn Zombies, Spiders, and Skeletons. Zombies have a 50% chance of showing up in Dungeons, while Spiders and Skeletons each have a 25% chance. Dungeons can be modified to become automated farms.

Spawner XP farm