Manor Farm

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Manor Farm
Also known as Ardougne farm
Release date 3 September 2018 (Update)
Kingdom Kandarin
Members area Yes
Main music
Leader Granny Potterington
Teleportation
Manor Farm map.png

Manor Farm is a farm located north of East Ardougne. Owned by Granny Potterington, it houses several animal pens, a few farming patches, and her house. The north-western corner of the farm is connected to the Mill Road Mill.

Farming[edit | edit source]

Player-owned farm[edit | edit source]

Main article: Player-owned farm

Manor Farm is the main hub for the player-owned farm. The farm hosts several animal pens where the player can raise and breed livestock.

Farming patches[edit | edit source]

The northern section of the farm hosts a compost bin, 2 allotment patches, 1 flower patch, and 1 herb patch. Nearby the patches are Kragen, who can be paid to look after the allotments, and a tool leprechaun.

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 25 February 2009 (Update):
    • A missing gate to a cow field north of East Ardougne has been put back.
  • patch 26 November 2018 (Update):
    • Reduced the painted down area of Manor Farm which was covering a wider area than it perhaps needed. This meant farm checks were running when you walked from places like the Ardougne lodestone to the Fishing Guiid. The areas have now been tightened up to only cover the the outskirts of all pens and the hives.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Even before officially becoming Manor Farm with release of the player-owned farm, the area was used to accommodate farming related content, including Richard's Farming Shop, a potato field, a wheat field, a cow pen, and a sheep pen.
  • The name of the farm is a reference to George Orwell's 1945 novel, Animal Farm.
  • Manor Farm is a name traditionally given to a farm that was part of a manor in England.