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What should I call my model farm?


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Well, what are your ideas then ladies and gents? It has come to the time where I should be having a sign made up to be fixed to the end of my dutch barn (detialing it at the mo see) and when I thought about having the farm name up on a board I couldn't think of one.

Two Oaks Farm I like but there arn't any Oak Tree's.

Stonewalls Farm for the stone walls and buildings.

Forum Estate?  :D

What do you guys think then, suggestions please.

P.S It's a farm sprouted in the 30's in north Wiltshire (I can just get away with the Cotswold Stone look to it that way!! )

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I like Stone Lane Ol and Sues suggestion of Chalk Horse as well.

As for HMP Erlestoke Marcus, I  don't want to tempt fate - the cows will break out too often and the neighbours may start catapulting maize silage over the walls when the cattle are strictly silage and hay fed!!

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LeakeyVale link=topic=17131.msg297549#msg297549 date=1187416770]

Tris Manor Farm

Whitehorse Farm

think you have it bang on there sue , my first thought was going to be chalkhorse farm

what about HMP Erlestoke farms ?  :D :D :D;)

will ring you sometime in the week mate  :)

I like Stone Lane Ol and Sues suggestion of Chalk Horse as well.

As for HMP Erlestoke Marcus, I  don't want to tempt fate - the cows will break out too often and the neighbours may start catapulting maize silage over the walls when the cattle are strictly silage and hay fed!!

hmm think tris may need a certificate ben ?

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