Sunday, January 11, 2009

Would love input

For those that have voted on a name, I'd love to hear your thoughts behind it. Why did you vote for what you voted for? Why didn't you vote for the others? If you have strong feelings for or against one, I'd love to hear it.

19 comments:

Amy said...

I just thought Goat Berry Farm was cute, the others made me laugh though!

The Scavenger said...

Foggy Bottom Farm, it just rolls off the tounge so well. Plus I like the picture.lol

Chris

Joanna said...

KudzuGoatFarm

I picked GoatBerryFarm because I liked the humor. The goat folks would get it.

FYI, I sure like goat poop better than chicken poop.

Zachary and Jennifer said...

I agree. Foggy Bottom rolls better. Plus it is a non-poo name. :-)

Jennifer

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Lotapoo= Eeewwww!

I lean toward Foggy Bottom Farm, because you just never know if goats are going to be a long term thing. You may decide fiber is your focus and get into sheep and llamas more.

Plus I love how the name rolls off the tongue and the beautiful foggy farm photo.

Goat Berry Farm is very cute, but just make sure that it's a name that can stay with your farm for the long term.

I'm just sayin' ;)

~Lisa
New Mexico

CeeCee said...

Okay, I'm late to this game.
I am curious as to why you came up with Goat Berry farms and Foggy Bottom farms? Were there any others?

farm mom said...

I chose Foggy Bottom too, I'm just not all that into poo references,I guess see enough of it in day to life!! LOL

But ultimately, chose whatever makes you happy, my friend. You're the one who has to live with it.

kristi said...

I think Foggy Bottem Farm leaves you more open for a variety of farm animals...did you google it to see if anyone else has something similar? It took me forever to be satisfied with a name!!

Glenda said...

I picked Foggy Bottom Farm because it didn't have a poo reference. If you ever decide to sell anything using your farm name (soaps, eggs, whatever), some folks might be put off by the poo references -- course, others will chuckle, but . . .

Joanna said...

KudzuGoatFarm
"we grow on ya" :-)


KidzuGoatFarm

Christy said...

Lisa - That was actually our hesitation with Goat Berry. We love how it sounds but we may decide in a year or 2 that we don't like goats.

We enjoy poo in this family, so hubby and Logan really liked the poo names.

The downside I see of Foggy Bottom is it is a pretty popular farm name. Google came up with a lot of them!

Danielle said...

I like Foggy Bottom. It sounds the most farm like, and I went to college in a DC neighborhood called Foggy Bottom.

Killi said...

The reason behind the name for my place is very simple: the name's KilliKer... :) (no Ker isn't any of my names)

Christy said...

Danielle - That is where the name came from. It was my favorite Metro stop because of the way the annoucer always said it. They'd drag out Foggy and then say bottom really fast.

Berte said...

Of the three, I have to go with Foggy Bottom Farm. Foggy Bottom is unique to your farm and doesn't limit you to goats. Plus, one usually associates all farms with animal poop.
RiverBend Farm
Texas

Gail said...

I will say I love Lotapoo Farm. It speaks of organic farms and any animals. Most people will not see the poo, (LISA!) but only hear the music in the name.
I like all three but your concern about not having goats would probably eliminate Goat Berry Farm.
Foggy Bottom is good but there are many.
When the votes are in, I will have a story to tell...but right now I am keeping a secret.

kymber said...

Sorry - but Lotapoo gets my vote!

Because I bet Logan loves it and it is funny!

Might I recommend that you frenchie it up and spell it - L'Otapoo Farm.
Teeeheeheee!

OK - sorry...deep down I am a 6 year old boy!!!!

your friend,
kymber

Christy said...

Kymber - I know! Deep down I'm a six year old boy too. I like the frenching it up idea, pretty funny!

ga.farmwoman said...

I vote Foggy Bottom.
It sounds like a song. Makes me want to start clogging. lol..
No really, that is my favorite.

I meant to tell you...on the asparagus. I had ordered mine from Parker Seed company. They sent the roots when it is ready to plant. I think mine was the end of April.

We still didn't have a good hatch of chicks this time. I was so disappointed. I have read up everything I could find though and we are hoping the next one will be a bumper crop of biddies, in 2 weeks.

Have a good day, and just think how fun it will be to fly kites. lol
Pam