- For other usages, see Farm (disambiguation).
- Main article: Farm (WC1 Human)
Producing needed sustenance, these sites were a vital part of any community. Farms produced grains and foodstuffs to feed not only the populace and peasants, but the armies as well.
- Main article: Farm (WC1 Orc)
Farms produced the grains and animals needed to keep the encampment and the army well fed.
- Main article: Farm (WC2 Human)
Farms were a vital part of the many communities in Lordaeron. Producing various grains and foodstuffs, farms not only generated sustenance for peasants and workers, but for the armies as well. The overall amount of food produced from a town's farms was vital to the number of new workers or soldiers that the community could accommodate. The stallions carrying knights into battle were also known to contribute precious fertilizer for the bountiful farms about Lordaeron.
- Main article: Farm (Warcraft III)
Vital to any human Village, the Farm provides sustenance for troops and citizens. The uncanny ability of these skilled farmers to harvest almost any landscape under the harshest conditions is highly regarded in the lands of Lordaeron. The number of troops sustainable at any village is dependent upon the amount of land harvested by the small farms.
A common tactic, when playing humans, to prevent the enemy from easily destroying defensive towers was to place farms in front of them so that any enemy melee units would have to first destroy the farms to get to the tower. This is humorously referenced by Topper McNabb.
High elven and blood elven farm
Many high elven farms dotted Quel'Thalas when Arthas and the Scourge tried to attack their capital city of Silvermoon in Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos. They produced a high quantity of food and had a unique design not seen anywhere since, not even in Eversong Forest. These farms couldn't be built by the High elf worker unit likely due to the limited ability of the map editor prior to the Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne expansion. With the addition of The Frozen Throne expansion's map editor, it is possible to make additional groups with building orders.
World of Warcraft
Farms are one of the most numerous buildings in the game, considering their design is often the base for the simple houses of each race. As such, human farms of the Third War are of the same design as normal human and Forsaken houses. Besides houses, farms can also be pumpkin patches, orchards, vineyards, plantations, ranches, stables and pig farms, depending on what they produce.
- Solliden Farmstead - Tirisfal Glades
- Cold Hearth Manor - Tirisfal Glades
- Balnir Farmstead - Tirisfal Glades
- Garren's Haunt - Tirisfal Glades
- Dead Field - Silverpine Forest
- Olsen's Farthing - Silverpine Forest
- Ivar Patch - Silverpine Forest
- Valgan's Field - Silverpine Forest
- Malden's Orchard - Silverpine Forest
- Northshire Vineyards - Elwynn Forest
- Stonefield Farm - Elwynn Forest
- Mirror Lake Orchard - Elwynn Forest
- Brackwell Pumpkin Patch - Elwynn Forest
- Maclure Vineyards - Elwynn Forest
- Molsen Farm - Westfall
- Jansen Stead - Westfall
- Furlbrow's Pumpkin Patch - Westfall
- Saldean's Farm - Westfall
- Alexston Farmstead - Westfall
- Dead Acre - Westfall
- Demont's Place - Westfall
- Yorgen Farmstead - Duskwood
- Addle's Stead - Duskwood
- Rotting Orchard - Duskwood
- Wetlands farm - Wetlands
- Swiftgear Station - Wetlands
- Go'Shek Farm - Arathi Highlands (one of the rare orcish farm not breeding pigs)
- Northfold Manor - Arathi Highlands
- Dabyrie's Farmstead - Arathi Highlands
- Arathi Coast dwarven farm - Arathi Highlands
- Farm - Arathi Basin
- Hillsbrad Fields - Hillsbrad Foothills
- Nethander Stead - Hillsbrad Foothills
- Dandred's Fold - Alterac Mountains
- Tabetha's Farm - Dustwallow Marsh
- Dalson's Tears - Western Plaguelands
- Felstone Field - Western Plaguelands
- Writhing Haunt - Western Plaguelands
- Gahrron's Withering - Western Plaguelands
- Marris Stead - Eastern Plaguelands
- Havenshire Farms - Plaguelands: The Scarlet Enclave
- New Avalon Orchard - Plaguelands: The Scarlet Enclave
- Thorson's Post - Dragonblight
- Drak'Sotra Fields - Zul'Drak
- Wollerton Stead - Stormwind City
- Crowley Orchard - Gilneas
- Hammond Farmstead - Gilneas
- Allen Farmstead - Gilneas
- Wahl Cottage - Gilneas
- Dreadwatch Outpost - Ruins of Gilneas
- Azurelode Mine - Hillsbrad Foothills (now a spider farm)
- Sludge Fields - Hillsbrad Foothills
- Brazie Farmstead - Hillsbrad Foothills
- Dalson's Farm - Western Plaguelands
- Akhenet Fields - Uldum
- Tahret Grounds - Uldum
- Dai-Lo Farmstead - Wandering Isle
- Honeydew Farm - Jade Forest
- Paw'don Village - Jade Forest
- Nectarbreeze Orchard - Jade Forest
- Pang's Stead - Valley of the Four Winds
- Shang's Stead - Valley of the Four Winds
- Thunderfoot Farm - Valley of the Four Winds
- Mudmug's Place - Valley of the Four Winds
- Heartland - Valley of the Four Winds
- Silken Fields - Valley of the Four Winds
- Stoneplow Fields - Valley of the Four Winds
- Sunsong Ranch - Valley of the Four Winds
- Chow Farmstead - Kun-Lai Summit
- Admiral Taylor's Farm - Spires of Arak
- In the canceled Warcraft Adventures, a bulletin board inside Durnholde Keep indicated that many farmlands were available in the lands of Alterac following the destruction of the kingdom.
Heroes of the Storm farms.
- ^ Warcraft: Orcs & Humans manual, Azeroth Army of the First War, Farm
- ^ Warcraft: Orcs & Humans manual, Orcish Horde of the First War, Farm
- ^ Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness manual, Alliance Buildings, Farm
- ^ Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness manual, Alliance Buildings, Stables
- ^ Blizzard Entertainment. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos Manual, 12.