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Four tips to help name your farm...and use the name to market your stuff!

 
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I was asked 'how important is it to name your farm in a way to help you sell things?". From my perspective it is important - if you want to have a good brand name in selling products. A farm name like "Rotten Nasty Stuff Farm" just is not going to work...right? (Ok I exaggerate!)

So I think there are FOUR things you need to consider when choosing a name...and here they are and why:


http://www.almostafarmer.com/four-important-tips-for-choosing-farm-name/

I would love to know what your farms are names? Who uses the three-word-name method?

Ours in MURRAMARANG FARM

Can you pronounce it?

Gaz
www.almostafarmer.com

 
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