My Mcmurray chicks are coming in March...and i need names!

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by never_ending_fermata, Feb 23, 2008.

  1. never_ending_fermata

    never_ending_fermata Chillin' With My Peeps

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    They're coming the first week of March...i ordered 10 buff laced polish (2 male, 8 hens), 5 sultan bantams, 4 porcelain, 3 millies, and 3 belgian quail...anyone have any ideas for good chicken names? i figure i might as well get a head start since theres so many hehe.
    Thanks!
     
  2. countryboy

    countryboy Chillin' With My Peeps

    Oct 31, 2007
    you asked for it
    i try to name our animals things i can stick my head out the door and haller, also names that wont make me attached to them if they are a butcher item, so here goes.
    fred, lillie, moose, bbq, fry, daisy, bark, tab, pepper, ranger, and so on.
    names like shooboo, and the like i'm sorry, but you will never hear me call them, they can stay with what ever their doing.
     
  3. bigzio

    bigzio Overrun With Chickens

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    We watch the new peeps for hours when they are in the brooder. It's fun to give them a name that fits their antics. Once they feather out you can tell them apart if you look closely. Being peeps and in the fluff it's a little harder especially if they are all the same breed.


    bigzio
     
  4. Big Spur Gamecock

    Big Spur Gamecock Out Of The Brooder

    I had a buff laced polish rooster a little over a year ago and his name was "RockStar." Even over a year later people still ask about that big haired Rockstar. Sure was one of my most popular chickens!
    Still seems like a great name for that breed. Another of the names I used for the others like him were TED NUGENT, LYNARD & SKYNARD for any hens they could likewise take female band members names
    I do have some White Creasted Black Polish Bantams Named CRANK(Roo), SPAZ, and TAZZIE(2 hens)
    They fit their names too.
    Have Fun!
     

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