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Extinction by NAIS

Windt im Wald Farm
Geauga County, Northeast Ohio
since 1995

About our logo

The Arabian horse in our logo was born in December 1997, when Diane sat down and drew a likeness of her ideal Arabian with wild forelock and flowing mane. Tom decided to see if he could reproduce the image via computer technology. Lo and behold, reproduction was very simple, and within several months we were using the horse for any and all promotions we undertook.

By August we knew that we wanted a logo with a background of burgundy and hunter green. Accordingly, we incorporated the horse head and experimented with the words "Windt im Wald" and their translation, "Wind in the Woods" in white on the hunter green border. It worked.

Since our decision to use this new format, we have utilized the new logo everywhere; it is on our business cards, on the internet, and on address labels.

Our Arena pictured above is our latest pride and joy, constructed in 1998 it measures 60 x 120 feet with 14 feet to the truss ceiling. The sign (our logo) is 8 x 10 feet, and was made by Fogel's Signs. Great people, anyone who needs a sign leave me e-mail and I will put you in touch with Floyd Fogel.

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