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Remember, we're going for perfect spelling, typos or mispellings will be considered close calls (ie. Cliegg Lars). For this round, I think wives of moisture farmers should count since they probably helped out their fair share. Plus kids will probably count as well.
I'm not sure if Biggs should count. His father was pretty privileged, so I'm not sure Biggs ever did any work on any of the moisture farms.
As for Obi-Wan, he may have had a moisture vaporator, but unless he sold it for money, I don't think he counts as a farmer.
I couldn't find any info saying Camie, Deak, or Fixer were moisture farmers on wookieepedia.
If anyone had a person who didn't get counted but think they should have, feel free to post some supporting evidence. I'm not well versed on moisture farmers so I'm relying on wookieepedi to fact check everyone.
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