Premium Farms are farms that are solely made for premium or high-end farming of human meat. The children at the premium farms are all very valuable, in contrast to Factory Farms, which are for mass production of cheap meat. There are around 4 premium plantation farms, including the Grace Field House, while there are hundreds of Factory Farms.
Life at the orphanage
- Before the kids are sent to the farms, they receive Transmitters inside their ears so that the Mama of their respective farms can use her Radar to locate their current location.
- The children have enough toys and books to lead a happy and normal life; a library is also available to study in.
- Only sumptuous and gourmet meals are served inside these orphanages.
- All the uniforms are white.
- Emma and Ray notice that the house (including the forest) is a cage surrounded by a wall.
- Only kids who are 6 or older get shipped out.
- The shipment order is based on scores: the highest score is 300 and the closer an orphan gets to the 300 mark, the longer it takes to get shipped out when the orphan is older, like Emma.
- There is a shipment at least once every two months.
- The maximum age for the shipping date is different depending on the farm.
IQ Test & Scores
- The kids in the farms take tests daily. The highest score an orphan can get is 300.
- If a child scores lower than 120, the shipping date will be hastened.
- The shipping order of all the children is based on how high they score on the IQ test.