A farmer has a wolf, a chicken, and a bag of grain he needs to get accross a river. He has one boat to take them all across. He can only take one at a time. He cant leave the wolf alone with chicken or the chicken alone with grain. How does he do it?

Answer
He takes chicken first. He takes the wolf over second and comes back with the chicken. He drops of the chicken and takes the grain to the other side with the wolf. Last he goes back to get the chicken and brings him across.

12 thoughts on “A farmer has a wolf, a chicken, and a bag of grain he needs to get accross a river. He has one boat to take them all across. He can only take one at a time. He cant leave the wolf alone with chicken or the chicken alone with grain. How does he do it?

  1. wow you let the chicken eat the grain then let the wolf eat the chicken then you take the wolf over with you

  2. You take the chicken over first, then the wolf over, but you take the chicken back with you, then you take the grain over, finally take the chicken over again.

  3. Why can’t you just bring the grain, go back for the wolf, drop it off with the grains, than go back and get the chicken. Wouldn’t that work

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