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  • Farms
    • Bean Farm
        • Frank Bean is a turkey and apple farmer. He invented his own species of each. He lives on a liquid diet of strong alcoholic cider, which he makes from his apples. He's as skinny as a pencil, as smart as a whip, and possibly the scariest man currently living.
    • Berk's Squab Farm
        • The scenic route the Mr. & Mrs Fox take home in the opening scene, and then get captured. A squab is like a pigeon, Mr. Fox supposes.
    • Boggis Farm
        • Walt Boggis is a chicken farmer, probably the most successful in the world. He weighs the same as a young rhinoceros. He eats three chickens every day, for breakfast, lunch, supper and dessert. That's twelve in total per diem.
    • Bunce Farm
        • Nate Bunce is a duck and goose farmer. He's approximately the size of a pot-bellied dwarf, and his chin would be underwater in the shallow end of any swimming pool on the planet. His food is homemade donuts with smashed-up goose livers injected into them.
    • Butter Farm
        • Farm in the background in Coop the marine's home town. (Season 5 episode Rick & Morty's Thanksploitation Spectacular)
    • Christie Farms
        • Farm owned by Dr. Kevin Christie. (Season 1 episode Stay Alive, Jessica Hyde)
    • Clark Acres Farms
        • Farm owned by Jon and Katy Clark, the couple that makes a baby for Lady Trieu, which she offers, along with five million dollars, for their house and land. "Freshest in Oklahoma!" (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)
    • Cousin Earl's Maggot Farm
        • "Now, you wanna talk about bladder problems, then the man you wanna talk to will probably be my cousin Earl. I guess you all know Earl; he lives out on Route 13 out on that maggot farm. Earl don't like it when you get his maggot farm confused with a worm farm. A worm farm is for worms, and a maggot farm is for maggots, and Earl's got the biggest maggots in the state. Three feet long. Of course, now Earl believes this might be due to the fact that St. Smithen's Medical Facility has been dumping their waste on his property." (song Cousin Earl)
    • Cousineau Organics
        • New record added 6/18/2022
        • Gene's son's fruit stand. (Season 2 episode The Power of No)
    • Cramer's Dairy
        • Milkman Spike Milligan delivers milk and other items to the residents of Culver Street and Balfour Avenue for Cramer's Dairy. (story Morning Deliveries - Milkman #1)
    • Farley's Catfish Farm
        • "It's a red ten ton, registered to FarIey's Catfish Farm."
    • Flaxton Hill Farms
        • Farm in Horseditch, Pennsylvania, where Jake and Santiago go looking for a retired police detective that used to work with Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • Groovy Grove Natural Farm
        • The Hippie commune that Homer's mother ran off to when, according to Abe, life with him became a living hell. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Happy Poultry Farms
        • Makers of pre-cooked chicken tenders, regular and buffalo style.
    • Henderson Turkey Farms
        • "The turkey farm where turkeys who might get pardoned by the president live!" (Season 5 episode Rick & Morty's Thanksploitation Spectacular)
    • Kent Organic Produce
        • The Kent family sells fruit at the local farmer's market. (Season 1 episode Metamorphosis)
    • The Motel Dairy Farms
        • Makers of Honeymoon Butter food product (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special)
    • Mr. Cluck's Experimental Farm
        • Farm created by philanthropist Hugo Reyes, owner of Mr. Cluck's chicken. (Season 6 episode Everybody Loves Hugo)
    • Mt. Swartwelder Historical Cider Mill
        • Local landmark the Simpsons visit instead of watching the World Series. "Now 40% Quainter" (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • RuptureFarms
        • The main character of Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee is Abe, an ignorant, happy floor-waxer in RuptureFarms, the most dangerous slaughterhouse on Oddworld. RuptureFarms has driven Meeches, Scrabs, and Paramites to the edge of extinction.
    • Sites' Cider Mill
        • Mill that Mrs. Todd mentions to Homer when telling him about her shortcuts. (story Mrs. Todd's shortcut)
    • Smoky Mountain Farms
        • Niles brings Martin a peace offering in the form of "The Slaughterhouse Five", a package of five different meats in one big box from Smoky Mountain Farms - tribute to novel by Kurt Vonnegut (Season 8 episode Episode The New Friend)
    • South Side Creamery
        • Emily mentions picking up the centerpiece for Thanksgiving - a big letter 'H' chiseled out of butter - a Hartley tradition. (Season 3 episode An American Family)
    • Tandy Farms
        • Phil lies and tells everyone he created a farm for them and then spends the whole night trying to create one to impress the new Phil.
    • Taylor's Organic Poultry Farm
        • Farm in Eureka that grows cloned chicken meat (Season 2 episode 2-08 E = MC…?)
    • Trout Farm
        • Pikul and Allegra find themselves working in a Trout Farm, before being directed to eat lunch at the Chinese Restaurant while playing the eXistenZ video game.
    • Vought Fresh Farms
        • Division of Vought, source of frozen pea product sold in supermarkets. (Season 2 episode We Gotta Go Now)
    • Widin Dairy Farm
        • Truck that passes moments before McCoy arrives in the past. (Season 1 episode The City on the Edge of Forever)

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