Although players cannot eat hay bales, hay bales serve as a compact wheat supply for crafting food items during long periods away from other food sources. A full stack of 64 hay bales is equivalent to 192 loaves of bread in a single inventory slot. Animals  Hay bales can be fed to donkeys, horses, llamas, or mules to heal up to 10 hearts.
Hay may refer to the following: Hay Bale, the block of hay Wheat, the raw material used to breed cows, mooshrooms, sheep, and also known as "hay" Minecraft Wiki The Minecraft Wiki is no longer considered as official by Microsoft and therefore several changes are required to be made, including to the wiki's logo.
Hay Bale in Minecraft The Hay Bales are used for decoration, burning materials, food sources and even for a cushion to reduce fall damage. It’s uses are extensive and players will know all about it by the end.
Landing on a hay bale in the game reduces any fall damage by 80%. That means you could potentially fall from a hundred blocks high and survive. Just. Our legal team cannot stress enough that you should only try that in Minecraft. The hay bale block is also an excellent source of food, restoring up to ten points to your hungry animals.
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Most Minecraft players know that hay bales serve as food blocks placed in a game world for livestock mobs such as donkeys, mules, llamas, and horses. However, hay bales have many other uses in ...
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On Minecraft-Heads.com you can find more than 30.000 custom heads, which can be used to decorate your world! The collection is seperated into two databases: the first contains custom heads, which never change their texture, using the Give-Codes from Minecraft 1.8+, the second one includes player heads which can be used in all Minecraft versions.