Lots of us have cross-bred chickens due to having mixed flocks in our yard. A lot of people have Delaware x Easter egger and call it a "delawegger." I think that's pretty darn clever! Have any of you other had any crossed breeds and come up with clever names for the crosses? I have a pretty little isabel silkie, Honey, who is surprisingly my most reliable layer! Our cuckoo silkie, Roberto, mates her, but I have noticed that as the white faced black Spanish roos are coming into maturity, they have also taken a shine to her and have been mating with her. DH and I were talking the other day, and I mentioned it would be interesting to hatch out a couple of Honey's eggs and see what kind of crossed chicks we would get and oh, what would it be called if it were a cross between a Spanish and a silkie? He looked at me serious as a heart attack and said, "It'd be a 'spilkie'." We about fell out laughing! So as I set eggs for the New Year's Hatch (I set them late, so they'll hatch on the 4th of January), I'm setting 4 of Honey's eggs, some of which may be fertilized by Roberto the silkie roo, or some of which may be fertilized by Fernando, the white faced black Spanish roo. I wanna see what a Spilkie looks like! LOL! Anyone else come up with some interesting crosses and the weird names that ensue?