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looking for names for my farm I will be raising pork,beef,poultry and veggies in central nova scotia looking for a catchy name that will stick in peoples minds
 
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If your farm has lots of meat varieties and lots of veggies, I'd call it "Brunswick" (as in stew)
 
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yeah but some people confused new bruswick
 
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I suppose you are right. I'm on a new diet and and all I think of is food. I'll keep thinking about it.
 
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alright thanks
 
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Sounds like your climate will be like northern Scotland....how about "Lallybroch"?? [....uh oh, copywrite violation?...]
 
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Nova Scotia is "New Scotland", it could be called "Scotland (Farm) Yard". Or maybe people wouldn't get it. Dunno.
 
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I think an animal name works well as you can make an obvious sign / logo to go with it .
I have a friend who sells his honey from Happy bee Farm and has a smiling bee logo .
So the Fat pig Farm
Contented Cow
Delighted Duck
Broody Hen
Honest politician ... Ok maybe not the last one but you get the idea
 
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"Hoser Holmans Hearth"

No offense!
 
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none taken don't think il use it though
 
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Wholesome Fare
 
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thanks everyone il look at them and see if I like any
 
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