Farmer Dog Names

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Introduction

If you own a farm, work on a farm or dream of the day you can spend your days on a farm, a farmer dog name may be the right way to go when naming your new pooch. Farm life is not for everyone but for those who enjoy it, a farmer dog name provides the opportunity to honor the lifestyle with a name fitting for a canine who will spend his days with you out in the fields. Think of the glorious wheat fields or the rows of apple trees. Imagine the satisfaction of a hard day's work. The possibilities are endless when considering a name for your new family addition, based on the wonderful occupation of being a farmer.

Farmer Dog Names in Pop Culture

Farmer Dog Name Considerations

When thinking of a name for your pup, there are multiple reasons why a farmer dog name may be the best choice. Should you own a farm, it is likely that you spend a good portion of your life in an activity relating to farming. The same is true for someone who works on a farm. A farmer dog name will make sense for a canine that will be joining you during your workday. If you have not yet begun working on a farm, but love the idea of doing so, a farmer dog name will remind you of your dream. Every time you call the name of your new friend, it will bring to mind a future life on a farm, evoking feelings of joy.

Even if you are not interested in working or living on a farm, there may be something about your dog that reminds you of a farmer dog. This may be his breed, appearance or personality. For example, your new pooch may remind you of Lassie, of the television series, who spend a lot of time living on a farm. Perhaps your grandparents or parents worked on a farm; choosing a farmer dog name is a great way to honor a special lifestyle lived by member of your family.

Male Dog Farmer Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Horse
An animal commonly seen on a farm
7
Tiller
A tool farmers use that gets soil ready for planting
7
Plow
A tool used to turn over soil prior to planting
7
Achaius
Means “friend of a horse”
6
Cow
A common animal found on a farm
6
Banhan
Irish name meaning “piglet”
6
Jimmy
For Jimmy Carter, who was a peanut farmer
6
Paddy
For a rice paddy
5
Rooster
A mature male chicken
4
Calbert
Means “cowboy” or “cowheard”
4
Silo
A structure that is used to store bulk materials, like a large amount of wheat
4
Alfalfa
Often used for forage or hay
4
Land
For the land that a farmer has to grow crops and raise animals
3
Atherton
Means “lives at the Spring farm”
3
Whitaker
Means “wheat farm”
2
Beebe
Old English meaning “bee farmer”
2
Harvest
The process and time of collecting crops
2
Harrow
An implement that is Used after fields are plowed to level the land, pull up weeds and break up dirt
1
Auger
A device on a shaft that enables grain to move through a tube
0
Tractor
A farm vehicle used to mechanize farming tasks like tilling
0
Brooks
Of English origin meaning “running water”
-1
Crop
Cultivated plants or produce; for example, wheat
-1
Coop
Farms often have chickens that reside in a coop
-1
Lanthrop
Based on the Old English word, it means “farm with barns”
-2
Aiston
Means “from the ash tree farm”
-2
Barric
Means “grain farm”
-2
Trowel
A small hand tool used for multiple purposes on a farm
-3
John
For John Deere, a manufacturer of farm equipment
-3
Baler
A farm machine used to compress crops like hay into compact bales
-3
Granger
Derived from a Middle French word meaning “farmer”

Female Dog Farmer Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Lassie
For the famous television dog who lived on a farm during some of her seasons on television
7
Fabiana
An Italian name meaning “bean farmer”
7
Pasture
Pn area where grass or other plants grow to feed grazing animals
6
Bean
Perfect for a dog living on a bean farm
6
Alima
A Persian name meaning “strong”, a helpful trait when working on a farm
5
Dell
For the old song “the farmer in the dell”
5
Barley
A major cereal grain and member of the grass family
5
Cheryl
For Cheryl Rogowski, a farmer from New York who grew a community-supported agriculture program
4
Hay
Grass, legumes or herbaceous plants that have been dried and stored; used to feed animals like cattle and horses
4
Rain
Rain is important to farmers, who need water for their crops to grow
4
Zappa
Of Italian origin meaning “farm worker”
4
Chickie
Many farms have chickens that lay eggs
3
Fallow
Land that is plowed but with seeds not planted for one or more seasons
3
Dairy
A dairy farm focuses on producing milk
3
Charo
A Spanish name meaning “farmer”
3
Charlee
Means “farmer”
3
Sow
A mature female hog
2
Bushel
A unit of measure for dry items; equal to 8 gallons of liquid
2
Carley
Middle English word that means “farmer’s meadow”
2
Kimura
For Jiroemon Kimura of Japan, who lived to age 116; Kimura became a farmer after his retirement until the age of 90
2
Carla
A Japanese name meaning “farmer”
1
Mare
A female horse that is mature
1
Acre
Unit of land; farms are often described in number of acres
0
Honey
A sweet food produced by bees
-1
Field
A space of ground that is open or has been cleared
-1
Pullet
A female chicken that is less than one year old
-1
Graze
When cattle, sheep and other animals feed on grass that is growing
-2
Merona
Means “sheep”
-2
Maize
Means “corn”
-3
Georgia
Means “farmer”

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