Callender Girl

Crowing
Sep 18, 2018
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With the exception of my Buff Orpington, who is named Honey, I try to avoid naming chickens for obvious physical features. I like to name them human names, and often look to their country of origin (for example, my Speckled Sussex, has the British name, Bronwyn) but I think it's creative when people use a theme -- names from their favorite spices or movie characters, maybe.

And, really, how could you avoid taking home those cuties?
 

Zantechick

Chirping
Apr 17, 2019
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Zakythos greece
With the exception of my Buff Orpington, who is named Honey, I try to avoid naming chickens for obvious physical features. I like to name them human names, and often look to their country of origin (for example, my Speckled Sussex, has the British name, Bronwyn) but I think it's creative when people use a theme -- names from their favorite spices or movie characters, maybe.

And, really, how could you avoid taking home those cuties?
Haha yes definately all the others i named too early but some grew into their name's πŸ˜‰ the others i tryed to name after duo's thelma, louise etc so running out of them now lol. Think these ones will maybe named after greek godnesses as we live in greece lol
 

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