Where to find chickens in Slime Rancher 2

Best places to find them.

There are a variety of worlds, slime creatures, and resources to explore in Slime Rancher 2. While your goal is to harvest plorts from slimes and keep exploring, you cannot fulfill this goal without properly feeding the slimes using resources. We'll show you how to find chickens in Slime Rancher 2.

How to get chickens in Slime Rancher 2

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Chickens are consumed by various types of meat-eating slimes, including Pink Slimes and Tabby Slimes. When you first start playing the game, you will find some chickens roaming inside The Conservatory. Once you're ready to explore, head east to the Rainbow Fields region. This is where you'll come across many chickens during the initial hours of playing Slime Rancher 2. Specifically, you can find four kinds of chickens in this area:

  • Hen Hen: Available in abundance.
  • Roostro: Available in rarity.
  • Chickadoo: Small chicks which are often found near nests.
  • Stony Hen: Even rarer than Roostros and the favorite food of Tabby Slimes.

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How to raise chickens in Slime Rancher 2

Since chicken is food for various slimes, it's best to farm these inside The Conservatory so that you can utilize them more efficiently. In the open, chickens will get eaten by wild slimes, but you can keep them safe by placing them inside a Coop. A Coop can be built for 250 coins in an empty ranch plot. For the chickens to reproduce, you need at least one Hen Hen and a Roostro.

Stay tuned to Pro Game Guides for more Slime Rancher 2 content. In the meantime, head over to our articles on How to get more energy in Slime Rancher 2 and Is Slime Rancher 2 multiplayer co-op?

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