ARK: How To Make Kibble In ARK Survival Evolved

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Taming creatures in ARK is likely the main objective of the game.

It can get pretty tedious feed them so many berries and meat depending on their level.

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Well, you can actually speed up that process using kibble.

Kibble is basically their favourite food and will give you maximum taming speed.

Keep reading to find out all the recipes you need and which to use for each dino!

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ARK Kibble Guide

Most creatures in ARK have preferred food which will give higher taming speeds.

Well, they also have favourite kibbles!

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Using their specific kibble will give you the quickest and maximum taming speed.

If you feed dinos the wrong type of kibble you pretty much just wasted it as its most likely less useful than berries or meat.

Therefore it's important to know which kibble to use for each creature.

You can also use kibble to raise baby dinos and sometimes need specific types.

It's best to have a variety to hand.

How To Make Kibble

You'll need a cooker or industrial cooking pot.

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As well as that you need fuel to cook.

Kibble recipes differentiate but most use 2x Mejoberries, 3x Fiber, and a Waterskin (or another water-container) it'll need to be at least 25% full.

When you cook using an Industrial Cooker connected to a water irrigation system, you won't need waterskins or other water-containers.

Fertilized eggs can be used in recipes too.

As you'll need eggs it's probably a good idea to regularly breed your dinos.

It will take 30 seconds to cook a singular kibble in a Cooking Pot.

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Kibble Recipes

You can find the requirements to make each kibble in the table below.

Kibble Egg Type First Resource Second Resource Third Resource Fourth Resource Fifth Resource
Basic KibbleExtra Small Egg5x Mejoberry10x Amarberry10x Tintoberry1x Cooked Meat5x Fiber
Simple KibbleSmall Egg5x Mejoberry2x Rockarrot1x Cooked Fish Meat 5x Fiber
Regular KibbleMedium Egg2x Longrass2x Savoroot1x Cooked Meat Jerky 5x Fiber
Superior KibbleLarge Egg2x Citronal2x Rare Mushroom1x Prime Meat Jerky1x Sap5x Fiber
Exceptional KibbleExtra Large Egg10x Mejoberry1x Rare Flower1x Focal Chili 5x Fiber
Extraordinary KibbleSpecial Egg10x Mejoberry1x Giant Bee Honey1x Lazarus Chowder 5x Fiber

You can find a list of egg sizes here.

Creature Kibble List

Below is a list of which kibble each creature requires.

Basic Kibble

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  • Dilo
  • Dodo
  • Kairuku
  • Mesopithecus
  • Parasaur
  • Tek Parasaur
  • Phiomia

Simple Kibble

  • Archaeopteryx
  • Diplocaulus
  • Gallimimus
  • Giant Bee
  • Ichthyosaurus
  • Iguanodon
  • Megaloceros
  • Morellatops
  • Pachy
  • Raptor
  • Tek Raptor
  • Triceratops

Regular Kibble

  • Angler
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  • Ankylosaurus
  • Baryonyx
  • Beelzebufo
  • Carbonemys
  • Carnotaurus
  • Dimetrodon
  • Diplodocus
  • Doedicurus
  • Equus
  • Gigantopithecus
  • Ichthyornis
  • Kaprosuchus
  • Kentrosaurus
  • Lymantria
  • Pelagornis
  • Pteranodon
  • Scorpion
  • Purlovia
  • Sabertooth
  • Sarco
  • Stegosaurus
  • Tek Stegosaurus
  • Terror Bird
  • Thorny Dragon
  • Velonasaur

Superior Kibble

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  • Allosaurus
  • Argentavis
  • Castoroides
  • Daeodon
  • Dire Bear
  • Direwolf
  • Gasbags
  • Dunkleosteus
  • Mammoth
  • Megalodon
  • Megalosaurus
  • Megatherium
  • Paracer
  • Plesiosaur
  • Snow Owl
  • Tapejara
  • Woolly Rhino

Exceptional Kibble

  • Basilosaurus
  • Brontosaurus
  • Giganotosaurus
  • Karkinos
  • Managarmr
  • Mosasaurus
  • Rex
  • Quetzal
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  • Therizinosaur
  • Tek Rex
  • Tek Quetzal
  • Tropeognathus
  • Spino

Extraordinary Kibble

  • Astrocetus
  • Griffin
  • Megalania
  • Rock Elemental
  • Thylacoleo
  • Yutyrannus