Horse State of Mind: North Carolina Equestrian Industry and Information
North Carolina has long been home to some of the nation’s finest horse properties and equestrian facilities. The horse industry represents more than $2 billion annually among our state’s resources. Legacy Farms and Ranches of NC llc specializes in connecting buyers and sellers of properties that support the equine industry and professions in North Carolina by providing high-quality photography and videography to accompany professional brokerage services. Because of our involvement with so many people in the horse industry, we frequently post information that equine enthusiasts may find of interest. Excerpts appear below with links to full articles. If you have questions or suggestions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Horse and Farm Names: What’s In A Name, Anyway?
Buying land in NC to create your dream horse property can be simple process with a great broker on your side. Once you’ve bought your horse farm, one of the first questions your friends may ask you is, “What are you going to call your new place?” That’s a really good question, and your decision could quite possibly affect EVERYTHING about your business (if it’s a working farm). Is it a farm? Is it a ranch? What about “XYZ gardens or ABC acres?” Imagine compounding this with what to name your new horse!
Naming horses is not a simple task either, as there are rules about what you can and cannot include in a horse name, and rules about what you can’t name your horse at all. Take time to really think through what’s truly in a name and you can come up with a clever solution for both your horse and farm names. Read more here…
Four-Legged Checklist for Successful Horse Farm Buyers in North Carolina
You’ve finally done it. You’ve decided to trade in your high heels or wing tips for muck boots and four-wheelers in pursuit of buying your long-time dream horse farm. You kinda know what you want, but finding the best place to start is like finding the proverbial needle in the haystack. The process of deciding on a winning solution for your horse property will stand on the following four essential legs (read more here)…