N64 Moo Moo Farm

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Not to be confused with Wii Moo Moo Meadows.
Moo Moo Farm
Moo Moo Farm from Mario Kart 64.
Appears in Mario Kart 64 (1996)
Mario Kart DS (2005)
Cup(s) Mushroom Cup (64)
Shell Cup (DS)
Staff Ghost 1:17:751 by Ninten★だる® (DS)
(Donkey Kong in the Wildlife)
Distance 527 m
Online play No longer available (DS)
Music sample
Mario Kart 64

Mario Kart DS

Course map
Mario Kart 64
An aerial view of Moo Moo Farm.Mini map of Moo Moo Farm from Mario Kart 64

Mario Kart DS
Moo Moo Farm mapMario Kart DS

Moo Moo Farm (transliterated as Moh Moh Farm on a few occasions[1][2]) is the second race course of the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart 64. This course takes place in a farmland, with Monty Moles and Moo Moos in it. Just like all Mushroom Cup courses, this course is relatively simple and is the shortest course in the game, measuring at 527 meters. It later reappears as a retro track in Mario Kart DS, as the second race of the Shell Cup, and the Mario Kart Wii track Moo Moo Meadows bears a strong resemblance to it. A sign reading "Nintendo Moo Moo Farm" can also be found on Moo Moo Meadows. Moo Moo Farm cargo trucks also appear in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, which reference the name of the course and also feature pictures of the Moo Moos and fences on the sides. This course shares its music with Yoshi Valley.

It is the only course from the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart 64 that does not reappear in Mario Kart 7 or Mario Kart Tour.

Mario Kart 64[edit]

In this course, there are many Monty Moles along the inside of the two large bends in the course; these Monty Moles are referred to as "Chubbies" in the game's instruction booklet. The course does not have many other obstacles, and has Moo Moos in the background throughout the whole course, and a Nintendo logo printed on it. This course is the shortest course in the game, and is one of the shortest courses in the whole series.

Players start out in the middle of the open fields and work their way through turns avoiding the mole holes littered throughout the course. After going under a small bridge the course becomes wider allowing for racers to pass each other. After passing the large section of the track racers will go under another bridge with pillars which are able to block their paths.

Mario Kart DS[edit]

Moo Moo Farm reappears in Mario Kart DS as the second course of the Shell Cup. It has received only improved terrain and graphics, but no game mechanics have been changed. There are also now fewer Monty Moles. Moo Moo Farm was available in Wi-Fi. In addition, this is the only course in the Shell Cup to not be a circuit, as well as not being the first racetrack from the original game.


Two missions take place on this course:


Mario Kart 64[edit]

  • Mario Kart 64 instruction booklet A peaceful ranch course with an audience of contented cows. The road surface is a little rough, but not too difficult. Watch out for the mole Chubby who will occasionally pop his head out.
  • Webpage bio: Watch out for the moles down on the farm! [3]

Mario Kart DS[edit]

  • North American website bio: "Cows graze peacefully on Moo Moo Farm, but the dirt track is infested with Monty Moles! Avoid these pesky pests when they poke out their heads."
  • European website bio: "You’ll have to milk your engine for all it’s worth, down on the farm. Obviously these fields have been left fallow, because there are enough bumps and humps to give a tractor trouble. Watch out for the local mole population, too. Up they pop and then you stop."


Mario Kart 64[edit]


Mario Kart 64[edit]

Mario Kart DS[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モーモーファーム
Mō Mō Fāmu
Moo Moo Farm
Chinese 哞哞牧场
Mōu Mōu Mùchǎng
Moo Moo Farm
French Ferme Meuh Meuh Moo Moo Farm
German Kuhmuh-Farm Cow Moo Farm
Italian Fattoria Muu Muu Moo Moo Farm
Korean 음매음매 목장
Eummae-eummae Mokjang
Moo Moo Farm
Spanish Granja Mu-Mu Moo Moo Farm


  • This track was originally going to take place during what appears to be a sunrise or sunset.[4]