How to Start a Useful Medieval Dynasty Farm

A Medieval Dynasty Farm makes it easier to sustain your character as well as your settlers. The crops will take a couple of days to mature before being able to cultivate. Which makes it more time consuming than hunting. But once setup, it provides a consistent amount of output. Without you having to scavenge in the local area or pay for food from local vendors. It takes very little skill and luck to complete but to get started isn’t very obvious.

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Press Q, then click on buildings>Farming>Field Option. A green or red column will appear in the game. Red means you can’t place the plot. Move until it turns green, then left-click. Now you can drag the column to create plots. Stretch it as far as you can before left-clicking again. Next, equip a stone hoe and plow each square.

Next, equip a bag, right-click, select crop, then fertilizer. Fertilize all squares. Equip your wooden hoe again and plough the fields again. Finally, re-equip the bag and right-click. Select crop, then the crop you need. Then, using the bag, plant your seeds in all four squares. Wait until the season matures (usually two seasons later). Depending on the crop, you will either need to pull it up or use the scythe to reap it.

Tools Required for a Medieval Dynasty Farm

Below are the tools required to make a successful farm. As well as how to source them:

ThumbnailItem NameDescription
Medieval Dynasty Farming 11Medieval Dynasty Farming 11Wooden HoeThese are very easy to source; all you need is a log and five sticks.
Medieval Dynasty Farming 12Medieval Dynasty Farming 12Simple BagYou need three leathers to craft. Leather can be obtained by hunting deer or boars. Or by buying from a hunter. You can buy ready-made bags from vendors.
Medieval Dynasty Farming 11Medieval Dynasty Farming 13SickleOnly needed for flax and wheat. These can be bought at vendors. Or if you have 50 technology points in production. They can be crafted using a smithy. You will need 4 sticks and 4 stones.


Make sure you have all the above tools before getting started.

  1. Find a flat area of land near your settlement.
Medieval Dynasty Farm: A wooded area ready to be chopped down and turned into a farm.
  1. Open the craft menu by pressing Q.
  2. Select buildings>Farm>Land.
  3. A post will appear which will either be:
    1. Red, move it around until its green.
    2. Green, click left mouse button and move until it’s the required size.
  4. Click left mouse button again.
  5. Select your wooden hoe.
Medieval Dynasty Farm: Wooden Hoe
  1. Aim for one of the plots of land.
  2. Left click to plough the field.
  3. Do this for all plots of farm land.
  4. Next equip your simple bag.
  5. Right click select plant.
  6. Then select fertilizer.
  7. Aim at a plot of ploughed farm land.
  8. Left click on farm land to fertilize it.
  9. Do this for all plots of farm land.
  10. Next equip wooden hoe.
  11. Again plough all farmland plots.
  12. Finally select bag.
  13. right click then select plant.
  14. then select the crop you want to plant.
  15. aim at a plot and left click to distribute seeds.
  16. Do this for all plots of farmland.
Medieval Dynasty Farm: A sowed farm.

Now all you have to do is wait for two seasons to pass and then you will have a field full of crops. Most can be cultivated by hand. But grain and flax require a sickle/scythe.

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That’s it you now have a steady source of food that can be used once grown. It becomes far less of a hassle once you have workers to do this all for you.

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