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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Basically anything to do with sheep. Whether it's an enthusiastic sheep farmer waxing poetically about his ram, or one of the historians' many attempts to handle obstinate life-stock, it tends to be pretty hilarious.

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* {{Narm}}: In ''Wartime Farm'', Peter grabbing a resting old hen off her perch in the henhouse. [[CluckingFunny Try not to chuckle at what follows.]]


* Squick: Depending on how sensitive you are, some of the food preparation - like the cooking and taking apart of the pig's head in Victorian Farm - might be this to some viewers. The smell of sheep feet at the beginning stage of foot rot definitely is this for Alex.

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* Squick: {{Squick}}: Depending on how sensitive you are, some of the food preparation - like the cooking and taking apart of the pig's head in Victorian Farm ''Victorian Farm'' - might be this to some viewers. The smell of sheep feet at the beginning stage of foot rot definitely is this for Alex.


* EvenBetterSequel: One could argue that ''Edwardian Farm'' is this to ''Victorian Farm'', given the broader scope and general SequelEscalation feel of it.

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* EvenBetterSequel: One could argue that ''Edwardian Farm'' is this to ''Victorian Farm'', given the broader scope and general SequelEscalation feel of it.it.
* Squick: Depending on how sensitive you are, some of the food preparation - like the cooking and taking apart of the pig's head in Victorian Farm - might be this to some viewers. The smell of sheep feet at the beginning stage of foot rot definitely is this for Alex.

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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Basically anything to do with sheep. Whether it's an enthusiastic sheep farmer waxing poetically about his ram, or one of the historians' many attempts to handle obstinate life-stock, it tends to be pretty hilarious.

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* EarWorm: The intro music of ''Edwardian Farm''.
* EvenBetterSequel: One could argue that ''Edwardian Farm'' is this to ''Victorian Farm'', given the broader scope and general SequelEscalation feel of it.

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