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    Default Cute Farm Names!

    My friend is looking for a catchy cute name for her little farm....any suggestions? I have seen some cute ones on here but can't find the thread



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    More info would be helpful...
    What does she do with the farm?
    Any distinguishing features like a pond, woods, ???
    Can she work her name into the farm name?
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    Sorry, that probably would help!

    Okay, so its not really a "farm" she has a few acres, she has 5 kids (human) and probably close to the same in horses/ponies. The kids all ride and looove it, will stay out all day if you let them. They are a very wholesome family, do 4H, rodeos and such. She wants a catchy fun name, nothing fancy or "high faluting" =) Here are the ones I found that I liked, BTW she is all the way out there in Idaho!!! Land of no man, just tumble weeds!

    Over Looked Farm
    Just E Nuff
    Barefoot Farm
    Swingin Ona Star Farm
    Notta Farm

    Could be farm, ranch, way, hill (oh wait, no hills around)



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    Basically, she has ALOT of kids and ponies running around



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    Almosta Farm -a friend's farm name for their apartment over their barn and a few acres.
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    I've always liked what an aquaintance of mine named his farm: "TICA", the initials for "Things I Can't Afford"
    "It's not a mistake if you knew what you were doing was wrong."



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    Quote Originally Posted by mtngirl View Post
    I've always liked what an aquaintance of mine named his farm: "TICA", the initials for "Things I Can't Afford"
    I Loff that! That is my life of horses!



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    There's a farm near us called Justamere Farm (it's located on Justamere Road). I always thought that was adorable
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    There is a racing operation called "Very Un" as in Very Un Stable.
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    Well, Idaho.

    I decided if I ever got my own place, it would be "Potato Head Farms." She could use that one!
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    Chaotic acres ?



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    Default If you raise babies--- human or horse

    How about Homemade Farm?



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    One near me is Relatively Stable.....hahahahha....pretty cute huh?
    The thing about smart people, is they look like crazy people, to dumb people.



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    Default HAAA

    Quote Originally Posted by DressageGeek "Ribbon Ho" View Post
    Well, Idaho.

    I decided if I ever got my own place, it would be "Potato Head Farms." She could use that one!
    I love it, and yes, the potatos are everywhere!!!



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    These are making me laugh so hard, my little girl thought I was crying =)



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    Double T Farm/Ranch = Taters & Tots
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    How about "Little Bits Farm"?



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    With 5 tots and 5 ponies on a farm...I'd be naming Farm-A-Cute-ical. You've got "farm" and "cute" and is close to pharmaceutical...which I would be needing with 5 children and 5 ponies, LOL!
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    How about a T and a square around it as in Taters and Tots. I want to name mine the 4 Lazy K for four lazy kids. I am more into the brand that would go with the name for my big ranch gate.

    Where in Idaho as I am in the land of small minds and wide spaces myself?
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