Name That Cow!

 In Beyond the Fritter

When Mr. and Mrs. Adams purchased the Inn at East Hill Farm in the 1970’s, they knew that they needed a logo. After deciding that a cow would be the perfect fit, they commissioned friend and artist Ann Shaw to create it for them. This is what she came up with.

East Hill Farm Cow

Ann’s design was pure genius and was quickly put to print, gracing the front of a t-shirt which was the first item sold in the Inn’s new gift shop. This Banner was also a guest favorite for many years!

EHF Banner with cowThroughout the years, many things have changed at East Hill Farm but our logo has remained unchanged (except for the few years that our cow had been altered due to excessive copying).

East Hill Farm Old Logo with cowWe are glad that our logo is back in tact and our happy cow is still the face of East Hill Farm.

After all these years, we feel that our faithful mascot needs a proper name. Can you help us pick the perfect moniker?

To enter your name, subscribe to our blog “Beyond the Fritter” in the form on this page. Comment on our Name That Cow! post with your suggestion(s). The winning entry will be announced on Facebook after Labor Day Weekend 2016.

The fate of our beloved cow is in your hands!
Submit as many suggestions as you like.
Go with whatever MOOOVES you!

 

 

 

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  • Jessica Lanzilotta
    Reply

    NAME THAT COW

    MAGGIE !

    • diane
      Reply

      MOOMER

  • Bobbi Benson
    Reply

    Happy

    • Pat Stroble
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      When we first came to the farm in 1978, we met a cow. Her name was Golldie and eversince , whenever we see a cow, no matter where, we call it Goldie. She is long past gone, but is remembered by many who came to East Hill Farm.

  • Judie
    Reply

    Eastie.

  • Marilyn F.
    Reply

    Clover

  • Christine Findlay
    Reply

    Bellamy (means “fine friend” and its origin is English and Irish from French. It is unisex also! Has an admirable rhythm, upbeat rhythm – and also cows wear bells)!

  • Christine Findlay
    Reply

    I forget to mention that you make your guests feel like fine friends….in my reasons for feeling Bellamy is a great mascot name..

  • Sandy McCaffrey
    Reply

    Trying to relate it to East Hill Farm How about “Ester” or “Eastie”

    • Sandy McCaffrey
      Reply

      Ester

  • Christine Findlay
    Reply

    Purdy (obvious reasons, lol)

  • Pat Gallagher
    Reply

    Fritter!!!

  • Kathie Hoychens
    Reply

    Belle

  • Marilyn F.
    Reply

    How about “Daisy”?

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    Smores

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    waffles

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    percy

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    Luvabull

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    Moo-Moo

  • Marilyn F.
    Reply

    Daisy Belle. Lula Belle, Clow Belle . . .

  • Amy
    Reply

    Le Meu!

  • Melissa
    Reply

    Tillie

  • Kirstyn
    Reply

    Bill for my great grandfather 🙂
    Or
    Cora

  • Carol Thomson
    Reply

    Esther

  • Bryan and Lisa Therieau
    Reply

    Hillie!

  • Brandon Bell
    Reply

    Monny – after Mt. Monadnock

  • Lisa Barrett
    Reply

    Lila

  • Lisa Barrett
    Reply

    Abby

  • Kerri
    Reply

    Troy ; location reasons ??

  • Elizabeth
    Reply

    Chloe

  • Joanne
    Reply

    Willow

  • Mark Chaikin
    Reply

    Hildegard the East Hill mascot!

  • Maureen Mahoney
    Reply

    Annie after the artist or Salda after Sally and Dave

  • Linda H
    Reply

    I always felt that EHF always brings out the best in people, so I would vote for Harmony☺️

  • Kristen
    Reply

    Ella

  • Becca Donohue
    Reply

    Her name should be Cathy, after the farms beloved milking cow!

    PS
    I have the cow tattooed on my foot and that’s what I caller!

  • Kristine Mosca
    Reply

    Bessie

  • Kristine Mosca
    Reply

    Troy

  • Becca Burns
    Reply

    Calliope or Callie for short!

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    lilypad

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    maple

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    cookie

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    buttercup

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    annabelle

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    bingo

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    Sally

  • christine Findlay
    Reply

    Madam ….Or Madam Sally

  • Christine Findlay
    Reply

    Bumbles

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