120 Farm Name Ideas

By on September 3, 2018

You want to start your own farm, but you need a name for it. In your mind, you imagine the most amazing name on a wooden, rustic sign at your gate. The only problem is finding a good name to use. Luckily, we have you covered. The following farm name ideas can help you get started on finding the perfect name.

 How to Name Your Farm or Ranch

Creating the Right Farm Name Ideas

One way to find the right farm name idea is by looking at the kind of trees and plants on your farm. You can name your farm after a specific type of tree that grows wild on it, or the farms location. You can also consider the types of animals that grow on the farm or the types of plants that you are growing.

Another option is to consider the kind of farm. If you have an organic farm, you might want to use the word “organic” or “natural” in your farm name. Other names like “Blue Sky Farm” or “Happy Creek Farm” would also be a great way to reflect the positive, healthy environment of your farm.

Look at the natural features of your farm for other ideas. If there is a river or lake on the farm, you can use the feature’s name for your farm. You might also want to use something humorous because that will make the name more memorable. Another way to make the name memorable is to use alliteration. If the first letters of each word match, it is a lot easier to remember what the name later on. This is especially important if you are selling to retail customers instead of wholesale clients.

Spend some time brainstorming the right ideas and the kind of name that really reflects your farm. To get you starting on finding the best farm name ideas, we have compiled a list of 100 different options that you can use.

120 Farm Name Ideas

1. Red Cedar Farm
2. Flying Hooves
3. Stony Beaver Creek
4. Happy Lake Homestead
5. New Heights
6. Hogback Place
7. Broken Eagle Ranch
8. Rocking Horse Farm
9. Stormy Thistle Place
10. Golden Dandelion Orchard
11. Dreamweaver
12. Azure Inlet Homestead
13. Joyful Kangaroo Ranch
14. Broken Spur
15. Hickory Place
16. Tumbleweed Hill Farm
17. Freckled Fanny Farm
18. Sunny River Abode
19. Peaceful Koala Ranch
20. Pegasus Ranch
21. Blueberry Butte
22. Maple Grove Farm
23. The Golden Horse Ranch
24. Windy River Ranch
25. Cattail Hollow
26. Daisy Dale
27. Birch Wood Farm
28. Stable View
29. Oak Glen
30. Nettle Bank Farm

country farm names
31. White Horse Ranch
32. Ivy Hollow
33. Whispering Pines
34. Sycamore Rise
35. Hickory Homestead
36. Fox Run
37. Magnolia Ranch
38. Back Achers Farm (Acres, get it?)
39. Bramble Hill
40. Cedar Tree Hollow
41. Fox Hollow
42. Dairy Air (heir)
43. Elm Tree Farm
44. Mustang Ranch
45. Willow Way
46. El Ranch Costa Plente
47. Wild Turkey Ranch
48. Bracken Hill
49. Lake View Farm
50. Done Roamin’
51. Dingo Point
52. Sunny Banks Ranch
53. Badger Hill Farm
54. Almosta Ranch
55. Hidden Spring Hideaway
56. Black Bear Farm
57. Dry Creek Ranch
58. Wits End Farm
59. Coyote Crossing
60. Brook Haven
61. Buffalo Pass Farm
62. Blazing Pitchforks
63. Trout Brook Farm
64. Grizzly Way
65. Dry Gulch
66. Beavers Point
67. Riverlands
68. Crooked Creek
69. Spring Mount
70. Hidden Cove Ranch
71. Brookside
72. Broken Brook
73. Lost Cove Homestead
74. Peaceful Peregrine Place
75. Blackberry Brambles Barn
76. Quivering Quail Farm
77. Broken Bison Ranch
78. Golden Bracken Homestead
79. Stormy Roost
80. Middle Way Crest

important tips for choosing a farm name
81. Silver Fox Grove
82. Hillock Corner
83. Peaceful Zephyr Parcel
84. Hickory Cottage
85. Broken Brook Vineyard
86. Rocky Hill Ranch
87. Heavenly Winds Farm
88. Silver Thistle Inlet
89. Knotty Shack
90. Silver Wolf Fields
91. Blustery Winds Homestead
92. Kind Koala Casa
93. Cedar Roost Estates
94. Reckless Mustang Ranch
95. Peaceful Pine Place
96. Crystal Crescent Vineyard
97. Golden Stag Ranch
98. Hummingbird Homestead
99. Whispering Pine Ranch
100. Windy Bracken Orchard
101. Silver Creek Vista
102. Ocean View Farm
103. Sycamore Ranch
104. Peaceful Acres
105. Flying Hawk Farm
106. Casita Verde
107. Stormy Thistle Orchard
108. Cuddly Bear Ranch
109. Red Fox Orchard
110. Blustery Buffalo Barn
111. Joyful Stream Ranch
112. Rocky Roost
113. Coconut Grove Cottage
114. Lonely Dingo Abode
115. Last Stop Ranch
116. Rocky River Farm
117. Wild Cherry Brook
118. Stumbling Hill Ranch
119. Restless Acres Orchard
120. Azure Plains Homestead

catchy farm names

Host a Farm Naming Party

Are you still unsure about the right name for your farm? Long ago, farmers used to have barn raising parties where the whole community would gather together to help with the barn raising. You can do the same idea with naming your farm. Now that you have started your farm, you can get all of your friends, neighbors and family members to gather together for a housewarming party.

At the housewarming party, get everyone’s input on the right farm name ideas. Bust out your milk jug or pitcher and have everyone toss a name idea into it. When everyone has finished adding all of the names to the milk jug, pull them out and read them one by one. You can also have everyone vote on their favorite. Make sure to get any children present involved because they are talented at thinking of creative, out-of-the-box names.

As you think of the right name for your farm, think about the purpose of your farm and the perception you want for your farm. If you are selling honey, eggs, bacon or produce, you might want to use one of those terms or something related to them in your name. This is extremely important if most of your customers are people who find you online or driving by on the roadside. Your customers need to have an idea about what you sell, or they will not stop by to check you out.

Also, make sure that your name has the right attitude. You don’t have to have an extremely professional name because humorous names can also work. You do want to make sure that it reflects the attitude of your farm. If you are a small, family farm, you want to choose a name that matches. If you specialize in organic, natural produce, then you want a name that reflects that.

Registering Your Farm’s Name

Once you have found the best farm name ideas, the next step is to see if the name is already chosen. If you are in the United States, your state will have an online record of registered business names. Check the secretary of (state name)’s website to look for business and corporation names. Even if your name is available, you might also want to check to make sure that there aren’t any farms operating under a similar name.

Once you are sure that your name is available and will work, it is time to register your business name and start running your farm! You are ready to hang up your name placard and start finding customers. From planting crops to raising animals, you have a lot of challenging, fun experiences in store for you now.


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