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The Mooh Brothers

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Animals run their own farm, send positive messages.

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Educational Value

It contains positive messages about the importance of growing things, respecting nature, and how to support the environment.  

Positive Messages

It contains quiet, positive messages about nature and land being respected. Family and friends always come first. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

The Mooh Brothers are responsible and respectful, and expect others to behave the same way. Some of the characters can be troublesome, but in the end they try to do the right thing. 

Violence & Scariness

Occasionally a mouse or crows get chased, or a cat gets stuck in a welll, but no one gets hurt. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that The Mooh Brothers is an animated series about the adventures of a group of environmentally friendly farm animals. Barton and Wilton are two cows who run Mooh Farm: Joining them are their friends, including Dolly the donkey, Gussy the studious pig, Conley the corn stalk, and Lucie the cross-eyed cat. It contains positive and environmentally friendly messages about living in the country, farm life, and living off the land.  The Mooh Brothers is a sweet-natured series that contains fun stories and positive messages worth tuning in to. 

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What's the story?

THE MOOH BROTHERS is a Canadian 3D animated series about the adventures of a group of environmentally friendly farm animals. Barton and Wilton are two cows who run Mooh farm. Joining them are their friends, including Dolly the donkey, Gussy the studious pig, Conley the corn stalk, and Lucie the cross-eyed cat, who is constantly chasing the Mouse. Birds like Haley, a bossy rooster, and Roscoe and Bosco, the trouble-making crows, also join the fray. Things can get crazy, but together they live off land in peaceful farm country and enjoy singing, camping, and everything that nature has to offer. 

Is it any good?

This gentle Canadian series offers little kids a fun way to learn the importance of farming, nature, and responsibly living off the land. The mild conflicts that arise are treated with patience, logic, and above all, a sense of ethics. Meanwhile, Barton and Wilton put the needs of their family and friends above everything else when necessary, and do so with kindness. The characters are easily recognizable to small children, making it easy to grasp the lessons they are offering. As a result, The Mooh Brothers is a sweet-natured series that contains fun stories and positive messages worth tuning in to. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about what it's like to live on a farm. What kind of work do you have to do to keep it running? Does it sound fun? 

  • What does The Mooh Brothers teach about growing food and plants? What kinds of things do they grow? How does food get from a farm to your plate at home? 

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