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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by GoldenSparrow, Jul 4, 2011.
I have themed names too. These are names from around the world and all mean "bird".
Unfortunately i'm going to have to narrow these down to my favorite 6, cuz at least 3 of my girls are looking more like boys!
I have trouble telling mine apart! Only one has a name--Speckles--he had speckles when he was a chick. Now, he doesn't really, but I still know him--because I think he's a rooster. I use to call one Cacciatore, but I don't know which one it is now--he/she was the prime escapee from the brooder. For some reason, I think of little ol' lady names for hens.
Quote:Very true my girls are
buttercup, goldie, Henrietta,
the youngsters won't get named for 5=6 more weeks and I have (25).
the roos are fried, baked, parmigiana
Phoenix and Randy(can you guess \\why)>
It took 7 weeks to find names that fitted - I kept switching them:
Lucy,Luna, Goldy, and Nob
Cookies and Cream
Oreo ( But we changed HIS name... His new name is Mr. Man
My daughters have named all of ours. I can't tell most of the red stars apart but my daughters seem to....
Quote:I have two "groups" too, as some of mine are about a month younger....we call them "the big girls" and "the baby chicks"
Sugar (black silkie and new mommy of one b/bs Marans and two wheaten Marans)
Deedria and Dahlia (welsumers)
Canela and Chille (EE)
Frenchie (Sal. Fav.)
Edwin and Benjamin (BW Ameraucana roos)
Pierre (FBCM cockerel)
Many little pullets who are yet to be named and three tiny pipsqueeks