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Slime Rancher 2 Coop Upgrade Costs

Slime Rancher 2 Coop Guide: All Upgrades and Costs

Yes, you can make your own chicken farm too!

In Slime Rancher 2, your slimes have a mix of diets they prefer. While some exclusively eat vegetables, others are carnivores! With that in mind, you’ll want several food types available to feed your slimes. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to find a comprehensive guide on every Coop upgrade available and its costs.

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Slime Rancher 2 Coop Guide: All Upgrades and Costs

Below is a list of every Coop upgrade currently available and how many Newbucks they cost in Slime Rancher 2:

UpgradeCost (Newbucks)Description
Coop250Adds a Coop to an empty plot.
High Walls200Adds an extra layer of walls to the coop, making it harder for your chickens to escape.
Spring Grass425Scuttle bugs will crawl around your coop, allowing baby chickens and roostros to grow twice as fast.
Vitamizer500Your chickens and roostros will produce eggs twice as fast.
Elder Collector1300When your chickens grow too old to produce eggs and turn into elders, they’ll automatically enter a collector for you to claim later.
Total Cost2675The total cost if you buy every single upgrade on this list, including building the coop in an empty plot.

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You’ll need plenty of food as you gather more slimes and create more corrals. Without food, they’ll start getting antsy and attempt to hop out in search of food. They may invade your gardens or coops in this case, so you’ll want to make sure everything is stocked up! Having at least one, if not several, coops available will help you keep up with your slimes.

When setting up your coop, toss some chickens or roostros in. They don’t automatically spawn, so you’ll have to use a few initially before they start producing eggs. Once egg production begins, you won’t have to get new chickens unless they all turn into elders. Since you can only have a limited number of chickens in each coop, they may all grow too old if you leave them unattended for an extended period.

Slime Rancher 2 is available on PC and Xbox Series X|S through Steam and Game Pass. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out How to Unlock the Jetpack, How to Increase FPS and All Gordo Slime Locations.

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Madison Benson
Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.