Pig farms are a staple of orcish society, trapping, breeding and raising the numerous boars required to feed the hungry members of the Horde. Not all orcish farms are about raising boars but they represent the majority of them.
First WarThis section concerns content exclusive to Warcraft: Orcs & Humans.
- Main article: Farm (WC1 Orc)
Farms produced the grains and animals needed to keep the encampment and the army well fed.
Second WarThis section concerns content exclusive to Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness or its expansion Beyond the Dark Portal.
- Main article: Pig Farm (WC2 Orc)
Farms provided the necessary raw foodstuffs to sustain both the slave labor force and the war parties in the field. Without a sufficient food supply, new units could not be acquired. The staple diet of the Orcs - along with their kindred Troll and Ogre brothers - was fresh meat. To satisfy this hunger for flesh, wild Boars were trapped and bred for food. Readily abundant in most regions, they had became a bonfire favorite (along with a tankard of Bloodmead) among the hardened troops engaged in a long war march.
Third WarThis section concerns content exclusive to Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos or its expansion The Frozen Throne.
- Main article: Pig Farm (Warcraft III)
World of WarcraftThis section concerns content exclusive to World of Warcraft.
After the Third War, 's forces continued to use both pig farms and burrows. As such, pig farms can be found all throughout Azeroth, Outland and Draenor. Some orc fortresses, like Warsong Hold, also come with their own pigsties.
- Jaggedswine Farm - Durotar
- Rocktusk Farm - Durotar
- Tor'kren Farm - Durotar
- Grol'dom Farm - The Barrens
- Oronok's Farm - Shadowmoon Valley
- Torp's Farm - Borean Tundra
- Thunderfoot Ranch - Valley of the Four Winds (pandaren pig farm)
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