Orzo is simply a tiny form of pasta. Farro is made from whole grains and is usually still crunchy or chewy even after it is cooked. You can substitute farro for barley, but depending on what you are using farro for, it will not be the same texture and it will not taste the same as pasta. You can grind farrow and use it to make pasta though.
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