Whether you have one goat or one-hundred, you are here because you need a name for your goat farm. You are already aware of the wonderful world that is raising goats and now, you need to make it “official” with a name.
Of course, there are many different ways you could go with a goat farm name. You could use a traditional name, or one that is funny. Your farm name might change depending on whether you raise meat goats or milk goats (or both!).
Whatever the case may be, here are some goat farm name ideas to get you started!
All Ears Farm (great if you raise a breed of goat with long ears, or funny if you raise La Mancha’s!)
- Baaaack 40 Goat Farm
- Baaaad Goat Farm
- [City Name] Goat Farm
- Ecclesiasteats Lane
- Goat Emporium
- Golden Streets of Teats
- Hootin Nanny’s Farm
- Just Kidding Farms
- Mad Nanny Farms
- Pet-A-Goat Farms (like Petticoat)
- Wether or Not Farm
- Y Not Goats
Goat Farm Name Ideas by Breed
- Alpine Dream Farm
- Angora Acres
- Barbari Butte Farm
- Boer Bluff Farms
- Damascus Depot Farm
- Fainting Fortress Farms
- Kalahari Red River Farm
- Lamancha Manor Farm
- Nigerian Dwarf Depot
- Nubian Creek Farm
- Pygmy Stone Farms
- Russian White Dairy Co.
- Song of Saanen Farm
Things to Consider When Naming Your Goat Farm
There are several things you may want to consider when naming your goat farm. Here are a few of them.
Dairy Goat Farm Names
If you are raising dairy goats you can use “dairy” at the end of your name, for example. But maybe you are also planning on selling other goat mill products.
Unless you are absolutely certain you will only ever want to sell one type of product, try to avoid a name that narrows your product line unnecessarily.
If you start off offering goats milk soap, for example, having a more generic ending for your goat farm like “farms” or “ranch” is better than ending in “Soap Co.” for example.
That way, when you decide to add goat fiber or maybe even goats milk to the product line, you won’t be boxed in with a name that doesn’t fit.
Making Things Legal
As a business, most cities and states have legal requirements that must be fulfilled. You usually can’t just pick a goat farm name and run with it.
Be sure to check the regulations in your area regarding setting up a business. Often, legal business names must be registered for use and can not be duplicated.
Additionally, you may want to search your chosen name on a national level to make sure that there is no conflict. A few places to look are:
- US Patent & Trademark Office
- Search for the name in Google
- Look at Farm Names already spoken for in the goat breed registries
When in doubt, it’s best to consult a lawyer or other knowledgable professional to ensure your business is set up correctly…even as soon as choosing a name.