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The series was about a young man from the city named Jack Haylee and the farm he inherits from his great Uncle Harloff. When he arrives, he finds a bizarre collection of farm animals. Together, this unlikely menagerie must work to help their new owner save their home from the curiosity seekers who threaten their wacky world.
 
The series was about a young man from the city named Jack Haylee and the farm he inherits from his great Uncle Harloff. When he arrives, he finds a bizarre collection of farm animals. Together, this unlikely menagerie must work to help their new owner save their home from the curiosity seekers who threaten their wacky world.
  
Due to the obscurity of the show, and the similarity to the Japanese title of the Monster Rancher franchise, finding information about the cartoon is next to impossible. It never had a home video or streaming release; the only episodes on YouTube are Russian releases.  
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Due to the obscurity of the show, and the similarity to the Japanese title of the Monster Rancher franchise, finding information about the cartoon is next to impossible. It never had a home video or streaming release. The complete Russian dub ("Ферма чудища") is available on DailyMotion, but all that remains of the original English version is its opening.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:23, 6 September 2016

Monster Farm Opening

Monster Farm was a short-lived animated series from Saban that aired one season on the Fox Family network (now ABC Family) from 1998 to 1999, on an afternoon kids' show block called "The Basement" that included this show alongside Bad Dog, Walter Melon, and reruns of Pee-Wee's Playhouse.

The series was about a young man from the city named Jack Haylee and the farm he inherits from his great Uncle Harloff. When he arrives, he finds a bizarre collection of farm animals. Together, this unlikely menagerie must work to help their new owner save their home from the curiosity seekers who threaten their wacky world.

Due to the obscurity of the show, and the similarity to the Japanese title of the Monster Rancher franchise, finding information about the cartoon is next to impossible. It never had a home video or streaming release. The complete Russian dub ("Ферма чудища") is available on DailyMotion, but all that remains of the original English version is its opening.