names for chickens

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CattinJ

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Re: names for chickens
« Reply #45 on: February 10, 2013, 14:43 »
The chicken name we had that always made my friends smile was Peckham - or to give her her full name, Victoria Peckham.
Names I saw somewhere that made me smile and which I might pinch are: Princess Layer and Hen Solo!

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Re: names for chickens
« Reply #46 on: February 11, 2013, 00:38 »
We have 11 girls now left out of 13.
They were: Genevieve and Anastasia (my 2 Silver sussex - although 'Fanny-Annie' (Anastasia) is a cross with a Black Rock ;) - no way she's pure Silver Sussex!);

Betty (White Sussex - RIP) and Jenny (Brown Lohman)

Grace (Columbian Blacktail) and Kelly (Speckeldy - RIP) - John wanted 'Sage & Onion' but me and his wife said no!!

Snowy (Amber Rock) and Sooty (Black Rock) - Snowy follows us around like a lost dog!!

Gertie (Grey Marans - vicious bully) and Daisy (Black Rock)

We then acquired 3 beautiful red girls - (possibly Red Rock x Sussex is my guess) called Dorothy, Ruby and Rosie.

Adore them all. Dorothy (who was the queen of the 3 degrees as I like to call them) is very badly pecked, as is my Anastasia.

There are 5 of us who keep the hens at the lottie - I don't know where all the names came from; John was being funny with Grace & Kelly (fairly obvious to most ;) ).

My Genevieve was named after the film of the same name - I love that car - I love most old cars (and fast cars!!!) and Anastasia suited her at first as she was fairly regal in her manner - until everyone picked on her!!!

Snowy and Sooty because they are effectively black and white!

Rosie and Ruby - Ruby is a very dark red necked girl. Rosie is deep red with an orange Sussex pattern to her neck like my Genevieve has in silver.


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Re: names for chickens
« Reply #47 on: February 11, 2013, 08:20 »
These names get better!  Given the chance to name as we like it gets delightfully crazy :lol:
One grandma and 4 baby Pekins.

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Re: names for chickens
« Reply #48 on: February 11, 2013, 09:33 »
I had a Light Sussex called Gloria.  My manager at work named her after she went missing, only to found some weeks later.  She will survive!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now what shall I do today?

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Re: names for chickens
« Reply #49 on: February 24, 2013, 09:26 »
Our chickens have to be named after Superheros.
We've got a black Sussex called Batman a bluebell called Wolverine and two Polish Spiderman and Mysterio. In the past we've had Bruce Lee (who also died in mysterious circumstances!) Phoenix and Medusa and recently a gorgeous black Sumatra called Magneto. I feel like I'm assembling the Avengers whenever I call them back into their coop! I get some funny looks from the neighbours (and the vet)  :tongue2:

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Flowerpower136

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Re: names for chickens
« Reply #50 on: February 24, 2013, 13:11 »
Mine were
Amber, Tilly, Paxo, Ruby, Pearl, Alice, Nell and Wilma.
All now RIP'd, but will never forget them.



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