Pinon Crest Farm Logo Logo Design Contest

Pinon Crest Farm Logo has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 87 designs from 10 different designers from around the world.
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AmieBee
United States

What We Do

We are a family farm that currently raises poultry (chickens and Turkeys), goats and fruits/veggies. We also have a line of goat milk soaps. In the future we hope to start selling cheese and other dairy products.

The target audience is consumers that care about where their food comes from, food that is grown and/or raised in an ethical and environmentally conscious way.

Industry

Miscellaneous

Color Preferences

Green, blue, grey, black

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

The farm began with a goat (her name was Sage- she is in two of the images I’ve attached) and a few chickens. I loved making cheese and soap and caramel so much (all from goat milk) that we moved from the city to the mountains. We now raise goats, sheep and pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese.

We currently sell eggs, chickens, turkeys, goat milk soap, fruits and vegetables, jam, and caramel. We are working towards being able to sell Goat Milk and Goat Cheese. The logo needs to be a fit for any of the product labels, clothing (embroidered) and our website and facebook page (Pinon Crest Farm and Creamery for additional images/inspiration).

We are off grid (no connection to utilities) and live at the top of a mountain, we attempt to be self sufficient with our energy uses.

Themes

Colorful
Luxury
Modern

Style Inspiration

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