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Old 06/28/08, 09:40 PM
 
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Talking Funny Farm Names

I'm sure there are a bunch of them out there and these days we could all use a good laugh. I will start with one I just saw on the side of a farm truck:


Belly Acre Farms


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Old 06/28/08, 09:55 PM
 
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Rancho Costa Plenty

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Old 06/28/08, 09:56 PM
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Oleo Acres: The Cheaper Spread

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Old 06/28/08, 10:03 PM
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I saw a website for a place that raises miniature donkeys called "Half A-- Acres"

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Old 06/28/08, 10:30 PM
 
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Rusty Fence Ranch belongs to a neighbor of ours.

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Old 06/28/08, 10:58 PM
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There is one down the road aways that is called El Rancho Gobroko

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Old 06/28/08, 11:03 PM
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There's one near here owned by the Aiken family. It's at the bottom of the hill. They raise and train horses. The name?

"Aiken Bottom Farm"

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Old 06/29/08, 01:50 AM
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"beulah Land"

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Old 06/29/08, 05:15 AM
 
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Phunny Pharm

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Old 06/29/08, 06:11 AM
 
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Cold Day Acres

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Old 06/29/08, 06:17 AM
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Notalotta Acres

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Old 06/29/08, 06:29 AM
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We used to go riding at a trail riding place called "Crazy Horse Ranch".....I don't know if that name drummed up much business though! LOL And a few horses there were a little, er, not quite dead broke.

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Old 06/29/08, 06:31 AM
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When DH and I raised mini donks, we were the NeHi HeHaw Farm.

NeHi

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Old 06/29/08, 06:38 AM
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Local dentist named his "Tooth Acres".

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Old 06/29/08, 07:01 AM
 
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We have some friends who named their place:

Ducky Acres

They'd been there about 3 years before they got any ducks.

Another family we knew years ago named their place:

Almosta Farm

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Rancho Costa Plenty
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There is one down the road aways that is called El Rancho Gobroko
All the names are good, but these two really cracked me up.
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Old 06/29/08, 08:20 AM
 
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DunBrokeUs Ranch, Lotsarocks Ranch, Notalotagrass Farm

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Old 06/29/08, 08:40 AM
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End of the Road Farm ... given to me at the tax office on the description for I permit I was getting. I really like the name.

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Old 06/29/08, 10:17 AM
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A horse farm near us is called "Empty Pockets Farm".

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Old 06/29/08, 10:39 AM
 
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Our RV friends finally settled down and call their spread Dun Rovin.

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