Minecraft's rare Brown Mooshroom Cow: All you need to know
Minecraft's Mooshroom Cows are usually considered a hassle to collect since they are scarce and only provide the player with mushroom stew.
Considering how difficult these cows are to obtain, the reward players get from actually finding some and transporting them—sometimes over thousands upon thousands of blocks—isn't always worth the effort.
Mushroom stew isn't an efficient food source, as it doesn't stack, and it compares to eating more accessible meats which give more saturation anyway.
But all of this changes when players see the brown Mooshroom. Its adorable appearance is a major selling point.
How rare is the brown mooshroom, and how can players get one?
Minecraft's brown Mooshroom cow is so rare that many veteran players don't even know. About its existence.
This adorable creature is so rare that it has a 0.09765625% (1/1024) chance of spawning from breeding two Red Mooshroom Cows. They don't spawn without player interverence in any other way.
There is only one other way for Minecraft players to obtain a brown Mooshroom. Players must either have a lot of luck or be extremely late. This is because Red Mooshroom Cows can actually be converted into brown cows on thundering days in Minecraft.
Red mooshrooms struck by lightning, either naturally or through the use of a trident enchanted with channeling, turn into a brown Mooshroom.
Why is the brown Mooshroom so desirable?
Brown Mooshrooms are desirable in Minecraft because they don't only produce mushroom stew. Instead, when fed any flower and milked, they also produce suspicious stew—a food type that can provide the player with many different potion effects while filling their hunger bar.
The potion effect given to the player depends on the type of flower they feed the cow. These stews are considered some of the most saturating and lifesaving food types in the game, alongside golden apples and enchanted golden apples. Such foods can give the player amazing effects like regeneration, fire resistance, saturation, and many more.
Players must be careful since feeding these mobs the wrong flower and drinking the incorrect type of suspicious stew can poison the player by blinding them and even gives the Wither Effect.
The image above shows each of the flowers in the game and the different effects they give off.
How long has the brown Mooshroom been in Minecraft?
The Brown Mooshroom was added in a patch update during Update 1.14. Much after the regular, Red Mooshroom Cow was added to the game.
It was an easy update to miss if players weren't actively following every snapshot release. Many players who joined Minecraft during or after late 2019 wouldn't have heard of this addition anyway.
Brown Mooshroom Cows give players an unlimited supply of suspicious stew, making these cows incredibly useful to have around. It's a bonus that these cuties don't rip the player off.
Villagers charge players a few emeralds for a single serving of the stew. But a player doesn't control the effect of the stew if obtained through trading.
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Mooshroom Cows are cows that spawn only in the rare Mushroom Biomes. They drop 5 mushrooms when sheared, turning them back into normal cows. When milked with a bowl, Mooshroom Cows give you a bowl of mushroom stew.
Mooshroom Cows look alot like cows, but the black spaces on the cows are red, and the Mooshroom has mushrooms growing out of him. There eyes don't look the same, but their snout looks exactly the same. They have hooves, like cows. They can be bred with wheat, like cows.
Mooshroom Cows have lots of uses:
- Can be milked with a bowl to get Mushroom Stew
- Can be sheared to get Mushrooms
- Can be milked with a bucket to get milk.
- Can be killed to get leather and raw beef.
This shows the most efficient way to get materials from a mooshroom
1. 'Milk' it with a few bowls to get a few mushroom stew
2. Shear it for the mushrooms
3. Milk the cow with a bucket for milk
4. Kill the cow for its leather and meat
Mooshroom Cows can be bred with wheat, like sheep and cows. To get them to breed, right-click on 2 Mooshrooms and they will 'kiss' for a few seconds, and a baby will appear.
For the mob in Minecraft Dungeons, see MCD:Mooshroom.
Not to be confused with MCE:Moobloom or Mushroom.
Mooshrooms are mushroom-covered variants of cows exclusive to the rare mushroom fields biome.
Red mooshrooms can spawn in mushroom fieldsbiomes in herds of 4–8 when the light level is 9 or higher and on Mycelium. They do not naturally spawn in any other biome. A red mooshroom transforms into a brown mooshroom (and vice versa) when it is struck by lightning. Brown mooshrooms never spawn naturally.
Mooshrooms spawn at light level 7 or above in mushroom fields and mushroom field shore biomes. 5% of them spawn as babies.
Main article: Breeding
A pair of mooshrooms can breed after being given wheat. A mooshroom cannot be bred with a cow unless the mooshroom has been sheared.
Feeding wheat to a calf shortens its growing time by 10% of the remaining time.
Baby mooshrooms do not have mushrooms on their backs. Mushrooms appear once the baby grows to an adult.
Breeding two red mooshrooms has a 1⁄1024 chance to spawn a brown baby variant and vice versa.
When breeding a red mooshroom and a brown mooshroom together, there is 1⁄2 chance of getting a red baby variant, and a 1⁄2 chance of getting a brown baby variant.
When an adult mooshroom is killed, it drops:
- 0–2 Leather. The maximum amount is increased by 1 per level of looting, for a maximum of 0-5 with Looting III.
- 1–3 Raw Beef (Steak if killed while on fire). The maximum amount is increased by 1 per level of looting, for a maximum of 1-6 with Looting III.
- 1–3 (when killed by a player or tamed wolf)
Upon successful breeding, 1–7 is dropped.
Shearing a mooshroom drops 5 corresponding mushrooms and turns the mooshroom into a normal cow, emitting a smaller version of the explosion particle. The mushrooms don't grow back.
Like other baby animals, killing a baby mooshroom yields no items or experience.
A mooshroom can be milked by using a bucket on it, yielding a milk bucket. The player can then use the milk bucket to consume the milk, which removes any status effects from the player.
Mooshrooms can also be milked with bowls to give mushroom stew.
When a small flower is used on a brown mooshroom, the brown mooshroom produces a suspicious stew related to that small flower the next time it is milked with a bowl. The mooshroom returns to producing mushroom stew until fed another small flower. The small flowers produce the suspicious stew with the following effects.
Mooshrooms have the same AI behavior as cows: they tend to walk around slowly and aimlessly, huffing and mooing occasionally. They avoid danger such as cliffs, fire or lava, but make no attempt to stay out of water.
A mooshroom follows a player holding wheat.
Red mooshrooms convert to brown mooshrooms, and brown convert to red when they are struck by lightning.
|Sound||Subtitles||Source||Description||Resource location||Translation key||Volume||Pitch||Attenuation|
|Cow moos||Friendly Creatures||Plays when the mooshroom is idling.||?||?||16|
|Cow dies||Friendly Creatures||Plays when the mooshroom is killed.||?||?||16|
|Cow hurts||Friendly Creatures||Plays when the mooshroom is damaged.||?||?||16|
|Cow gets milked||Friendly Creatures||Plays when the mooshroom is milked with a bucket.||?||?||16|
|Footsteps||Friendly Creatures||Plays while the mooshroom is walking.||?||?||16|
|Mooshroom transforms||Friendly Creatures||Plays when the mooshroom transforms into a different color.||0.75||?||16|
|Mooshroom eats||Friendly Creatures||Plays when a brown mooshroom is fed a flower.||?, 1, ?||0.95, ?, 1.05||16|
|Mooshroom gets milked||Friendly Creatures||Plays when the mooshroom is milked with a bowl.||?, 1, ?||0.9, ?, 1.1||16|
|Mooshroom gets milked suspiciously||Friendly Creatures||Plays when a brown mooshroom is milked with a bowl after being fed a flower.||?, 1, ?||0.9, ?, 1.1||16|
|Shears click||Friendly Creatures||Plays when the mooshroom is sheared.||?||?||16|
|Name||Resource location||Numeric ID||Translation key|
Mooshrooms have entity data associated with them that contain various properties.
Main article: Entity format
- Entity data
- EffectDuration: Optional. An integer indicating the duration of the status effect the brown mooshroom may give to a suspicious stew.
- EffectId: Optional. A byte indicating the type of the status effect the brown mooshroom may give to a suspicious stew.
- Type: ID of the mooshroom's type.
Main article: Mooshroom/DV
- See Bedrock Edition level format/Entity format.
|Icon||Achievement||In-game description||Actual requirements (if different)||Gamerscore earned||Trophy type (PS4)|
|Repopulation||Breed two cows with wheat.||Breed two cows or two mooshrooms.||15G||Bronze|
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The specific instructions are: Did the mushrooms previously have shading before 1.8?
|1.0.0||Beta 1.9 Prerelease||Added mooshrooms.|
|They cannot be milked with a bucket like regular cows can. Right clicking on a mooshroom with more than one bowl equipped turns the whole stack into just one bowl of mushroom stew.|
|Beta 1.9 Prerelease 2||Breeding a cow with a mooshroom may result in either, chosen randomly. The offspring may be more likely to be the kind the player gave wheat to first, similarly to sheep.|
|Beta 1.9 Prerelease 3||The mooshroom's horns have now been moved.|
|The mooshroom udder's model is changed, but the texture isn't changed to match the new model, resulting in the broken udder glitch.|
|Added baby mooshrooms.|
|Mooshrooms can now be bred with wheat.|
|1.2.1||12w07a||Mooshrooms can no longer breed with cows.|
|12w07b||Mooshrooms have a new AI.|
|1.4.2||12w38a||Added new step, hurt, and idle sounds for mooshroom.|
|1.8||14w02a||Baby mooshroom growth can now be accelerated using wheat.|
|14w05b||Mooshroom's mushrooms are no longer visible when they have the Invisibility effect.|
|14w26b||Mooshrooms now require mycelium, not grass, for random spawning and spawning from mob spawners.|
|1.8.2||pre5||Fixed mooshroom udder texture not displaying correctly.|
|Fixed mooshrooms incorrectly displaying custom mushroom models.|
|1.9||15w39a||Mooshrooms are now slightly taller (1.4 blocks tall rather than 1.3, with babies 0.7 blocks tall rather than 0.65).|
|1.11||16w32a||The entity ID of the mooshroom has now been changed from to .|
|MINECON Earth 2018||The Mojang panel debates whether to add brown mooshrooms.|
|1.14||18w43a||The textures of the mooshroom and baby mooshroom have now been changed.|
|19w08a||Added brown mooshroom variant, which spawn when a regular mooshroom is struck by lightning.|
|Brown mooshrooms give the player suspicious stew when fed a flower.|
|Breeding two red mooshrooms has 1⁄1024 to spawn a brown baby variant, and vice versa.|
|1.15||19w39a||The textures of the mushrooms on mooshrooms have now been flipped.|
|The models of the baby mooshrooms have now been changed.|
|1.16||20w15a||Mooshrooms can now be sheared by dispensers.|
|Pre-release 1||It's now possible to get stew from mooshrooms in creative mode.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|v0.9.0||build 1||Added mooshrooms and their baby variant.|
|v0.14.0||build 1||Baby zombie jockeys can now mount mooshrooms when trying to attack players, villagers, or golems.|
|v0.15.0||build 1||Baby husks can now mount mooshrooms.|
|1.1.0||alpha 188.8.131.52||The entity ID of the mooshroom has now been changed from to .|
|1.10.0||beta 184.108.40.206||The textures of the mooshroom and baby mooshroom have now been changed.|
|1.13.0||beta 220.127.116.11||Added brown mooshrooms.|
|Legacy Console Edition|
|TU7||CU1||1.0||Patch 1||1.0.1||Added mooshrooms and baby mooshrooms.|
|Mooshrooms can be bred using wheat.|
|TU14||1.04||Using a mooshroom spawn egg, baby mooshrooms can now be spawned by using // on an adult mooshroom.|
|TU31||CU19||1.22||Patch 3||Baby mooshroom growth can now be accelerated using wheat.|
|The sounds of mooshrooms have now been updated.|
|New Nintendo 3DS Edition|
The first image released of the mooshroom.
Glitched mooshroom at 19w38a
Glitched brown mushrooms at 19w38a
Minecraft Mobs Explored: Mooshroom, A Cow That Features Mushrooms On It’s Back But Still Has Milk To Give
Minecraft has various mobs that fit into three different categories ranging from Hostile, Neutral, and Passive. These different categories all relate to how the mobs react towards the player and other mobs.
Hostile mobs will immediately begin to attack both various mobs and the player; these mobs are primarily stuck to a certain biome or only spawn in the night/shade. One example of a hostile mob is the Blaze, which is confined to the Nether, a totally separate dimension.
Neutral mobs neither attack nor help the player; these mobs primarily want to be left alone and don’t require any input or action. These mobs are like the Minecraft Bat, which doesn’t even drop any EXP orbs or items for the players.
Passive mobs which can be tamed and help the player with ease. These mobs, like the Minecraft Wolf, when tamed, can follow around the player and help attack mobs, which can keep the player safe from Zombies, Skeletons, and other Hostile Mobs.
Many overlook a Neutral mob is the Mooshroom, which has an appearance similar to the standard Minecraft cows; the main difference is the color scheme. The Mooshroom has an overall red coloring and even has mushrooms growing on its back.
One interesting fact about this mob is that when it’s hit by lightning, the coloring changes from red to a brown color scheme. This brown color scheme changes the mushrooms from the Red Mushrooms to the Brown Mushrooms.
The Mooshroom can feature both mushrooms; players with both the red and brown Mooshrooms can easily create mushroom stew whenever needed.
Players will need to breed the Mooshrooms before using them to create the mushroom stew; to breed Mooshroom, players will need a piece of wheat.
When the player shears a Mooshroom, it will drop five mushrooms of whichever color scheme the mob currently has, then the Mooshroom will transform into a regular Minecraft cow.
An interesting fact is when sheared, there is a small chance that the Mooshroom will split into two cows rather than creating just a single cow.
A Mooshroom features a total of ten health points, or a total of five hearts, and can drop anything from Raw Beef, Mushrooms, Leather, Milk, Mushroom Stew, or even Suspicious Stew. These various drops make breeding and farming Mooshrooms a perfect choice for any Minecraft.
Minecraft Wiki Guide
Mooshroom is a unique type of cow only found in the mushroom biome (aka Mushroom island). You can see mushrooms growing on its back, it is red with white/gray spots and full-black eyes. If right-clicked with shears, the mooshroom will drop some mushrooms and become a normal cow (cannot be turned back into a mooshroom). If right-clicked with a wooden bowl, the bowl will get filled with mushroom stew. If a mooshroom gets killed, there is a chance for it to drop leather, raw beef, and/or mushrooms. Baby mooshrooms look just like the adults exept they do not have mushrooms in their back.
Mooshrooms are bred the exact same way cows, goats and sheep are bred. Feed them Wheat. In order to get a baby mooshroom to grow, feed them more wheat.
In This Wiki Guide
Mooshroom in Minecraft
This Minecraft tutorial explains all about mooshrooms (also called mushroom cow) with screenshots and step-by-step instructions. Let's learn about mooshrooms in Minecraft.
Mooshrooms are available in the following versions of Minecraft:
* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.
NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.
The following is a picture of what a mooshroom or mushroom cow looks like in Minecraft:
Hostility Level (Passive)
A mooshroom is a passive mob. The term mob is short for mobile and is used to refer to all living, moving creatures in the game such as chickens, creepers, and mooshrooms. Because a mooshroom is a passive mob, it will never attack you in the game (Creative or Survival mode).
In Minecraft, a mooshroom has 5 hearts for health. This gives a mooshroom 10 health points (because 1 heart = 2 health points). To kill a mooshroom, you need to inflict 10 points of damage to the mooshroom.
Where to Find Mooshrooms
In Minecraft, mooshrooms can be found in the Mushroom Island biome.
If you are having trouble finding a mooshroom, you can summon a mooshroom using a cheat or you can use a spawn egg.
A mooshroom does not carry a weapon.
You are safe to walk near a mooshroom and it will not attack or cause you any damage. And if you attack a mooshroom, it will just try to run away. It will not attack you back.
When you kill a mooshroom in Minecraft, it will may drop one or more of the following items: raw beef or leather.
Make sure you pick up the dropped items before they disappear. These are useful and should be kept in your inventory to be used later.
As you play the game, you will gain experience. The most common way to gain experience is by killing mobs. When a mob is killed you will see tiny green and yellow balls appear and move towards you.
These orbs represent experience points. When you kill a mooshroom, you will gain 1-3 experience points.
Spawn Egg for Mooshroom
You can spawn a mooshroom using the following spawn egg:
Things to Do with Mooshrooms
Here are some activities that you can do with mooshrooms in Minecraft:
Here are some game command examples for a mooshroom in Minecraft:
NBT Tags for Mooshroom (Java Edition)
Here are the NBT tags (formerly called data tags) that you can use in game commands for a mooshroom in Java Edition:
Spawn Events for Mooshroom (Bedrock/Education)
Here are the spawn events that you can use in game commands for a mooshroom in Bedrock Edition and Education Edition:
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