You have to know that all babies animal obtained by breeding take 20 minutes to grow up. There is no way to speed up this process, except for a sheep that can grow faster if they eat grass, and the foals or colts (baby horses) that you can feed to speed up their growth. You are able to re-breed animals after five minutes.
Sheep are one of the most plentiful and useful mobs founded in Minecraft. They are able to be found wandering aimlessly throughout the Overworld. The main purpose of sheep is to supply Wool and Raw Mutton (or Cooked Mutton, if killed while on fire). An adult sheep measures 1.25 blocks tall, by 0.625 blocks wide, by 1.4375 blocks long. Like sheep in the real world, they walk on all fours. Naturally Sheep spawn with wool colored white, gray, light gray, black, brown, and (rarely) pink. The majority have white coats.
Sheep is able to be multiplied by feeding two sheep, that are standing close to each other, Wheat. A baby Lamb is produced that has a big head and small body, like other baby mobs. If killed, the lambs drop nothing, and wool can only be obtained from them after they grow into adults. If two parent sheep are of the same color, they are going to produce a lamb of the same color. For example, if two sheep are dyed Red, and they are bred, then their lamb is going to be a red sheep as well. Breeding two different colored sheep will make a white sheep, a sheep of one the parent’s colors, or a mixture of the two.
Cows are a common passive mobs in Minecraft. They are one of the largest passive mobs. Cows are brown or black with white spots. When killed, they drop beef and/or Leather. You are able to found Cows in around Villages, Jungle Biomes, and Plains Biomes. When bred with Wheat, they produce calves.
HOW TO BREED COWS
- Find two Cows
After you have the required materials, you will need to find two cows to breed. If you are having trouble finding cows, you are able to summon a cow using a cheat or you can use a spawn egg. Your cows need to be close together when breeding.
- Use the Wheat
With the wheat selected in your hot bar, you are going to feed the wheat to each of the cows, one at a time. When you feed the wheat to the cows, you are going to see red hearts appear over their heads. Each of these cows is entering love mode.
- After you have fed both cows, they are going to turn to each other and red hearts will continue to appear over their heads. Then, the red hearts will disappear and a cute baby calf will be standing there.
- Now, you are going to have two adult cows and one baby cow.