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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by Frostee, Jan 14, 2012.
Is it just me or does like 10% of chicken owners seem to call one of their chickens Pepper
I have had one chicken named Pepper. He was a Game cock and he like Dr. Pepper. It was a accident to find that he liked it, but then we tested him about it. We poured Dr.Pepper and Mt. Dew simultaneously on the ground near him. He tasted both of them and jammed his beak in the Dr. Pepper. It was hilarious, and my DH dubbed him Pepper. We tried him a time or two after that, but he always preferred the Dr. Pepper.
Hah thats hilarious!
10% of the people who own ducks call one of them "Donald". And 50% of the people who have a Pekin name it Aflac.
I was across the aisle from a pen of Pekin at the county fair and I can't begin to tell you how sick I got of hearing idiots shouting "Aflac, Aflac, Aflac" at the ducks. It went on all day, every day.
My bunny's name is Pepper, but no chicken.
I had a rat I named Pepper. I got sick of everyone telling me to name one of my girls Henny, or Penny.
None of my chickens are named 'Pepper', and all of them are black!
of the 100s of chickens I've had, none have been named "Pepper"... but next time I have a real nice black one with flakes, that's what it will get named....
i have a silver laced polish hen named pepper.
she's the sweetest thing ever!!!