U.S. Acres (known in Canada as Orson's Place and internationally as Orson's Farm) is a French-American CGI animated television series. Based on the American comic strip of the same name, the series is executive produced by U.S. Acres creator, Jim Davis, and co-written and voice directed by Mark Evanier, who also wrote most of the episodes for the Garfield and Friends series.

Returning from Garfield and Friends are the voice actors Gregg Berger and Frank Welker. Jeff Bergman replaces Howard Morris (due to his death in 2005) as the voice of Wade, Jim Cummings replaces Thom Huge (due to his retirement in 2009) as the voice of Roy and Vanessa Marshall replaces Julie Payne as the voice of Lanolin.

Like its sister series The Garfield Show, the show is produced by Dargaud Media and Paws, Inc., airing on France 3 in France and on Cartoon Network in the United States. The show is directed by Philippe Vidal and the music is composed by Laurent Bertaud and Jean-Christophe Prudhomme.




Main characters

  • Orson Pig -
  • Roy Rooster -
  • Wade Duck -
  • Booker and Sheldon -
  • Bo and Lanolin Sheep -
  • Cody -
  • Blue -
  • The Weasel -

Recurring characters

  • Filbert -
  • Mort, Gort and Wart -
  • Max the Skateboarding Bird -
  • David "Doc Boy" Arbuckle -

New characters

  • Little Wolf - A new animal who came into the farm, all the way from his home in England.


See List of U.S. Acres (2019 TV series) episodes


French voices

English voices

Additional voices

Video game




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