Some ranch names include Chickadee Hill Flowers, Barking Cat Farm and Wayward Seed Farm. Some other names are Prairie Sky Farm and Oregon Trail Garlic.
Choose a name that communicates the nature of your products, and include a "ranch," "farm," "garden" or any other arboreal words that can convey a marketing message to your customers. Always think with advertising in mind, and choose a name that will represent your brand and your local area. While alliterations and different types of wordplay can help you begin choosing names, aim for catchy, and avoid using too many literary elements in the name.
Personalize the name based on a family or group that works on it, such as your family name or your first name. You can also include the first letter of your name and go from there for your alliterations and other devices. Include romanticized images and messages to create a personable feel in the name, such as "mountain" or "roots."
Before finalizing the name, make sure that the acronym is capable of selling as well, as some ordinarily marketable names may turn into difficult acronyms. A name such as "Barry and Diane Farms" may be abbreviated to "BAD Farms," which sends the wrong message to your customers.