thread: Help me name our chickens!!

  1. #19
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    Apr 2007
    SE QLD

    i read a fantasy book where one of the main characters is a chicken (who's not really a chicken). Her name was Ethel. When i get my chickens, that's what i'm naming one of ours.

  2. #20
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    Sep 2008

    I always name my chooks after older women in my life who I have loved. i know it doesn't seem very respectful, but if they understood how much I love my chooks...!!

    My chook's names:

    Betty (maternal grandma)
    Thelma (paternal grandma)
    Molly (great aunt)
    Beryl (kind neighbour when I was growing up)
    Jeanie (lady I used to visit at our local nursing home)

    I think chooks are a lot like old ladies! I watch them for a few days before I name them too, coz they've all got really diff personalities. Betty, for example, was quit aloof and liked to wander off by herself (independent like the grandma by the same name). Jeanie is a complete scatter-brain but is extremely sweet and loves company, much like the lady with Alzheimer's that I once visited.

    GL with the naming process!

  3. #21
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    Jul 2007
    Colac, VIC

    Thanks everyone for the suggestions!! Have had a talk with DP & we've come up with;

    White chicken - Foofa
    Black chicken - Cybil
    Red chicken - Henny Penny (Really, what else could one call their first red hen?!)
    and the last one....


    I love them already, clucking & scratching away...

  4. #22
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    Aug 2007

    Fabulous names QM! Well done and enjoy!

  5. #23
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    Sep 2006
    Dandy Ranges ;)

    No Miss Moneypenny?

    I hope you enjoy them - ther's something so relaxing about listening to the chooks of an afternoon

  6. #24
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    Jan 2009
    Rural NSW

    KFC (was black)

    We had two more white and another red.
    All that I can remember of the 13 we had at one stage when I was younger.

  7. #25
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    Aug 2006

    What sort of chickens are they QM?? Ive been wanting to get some for a while but haven't looked into it properly yet. Might talk to DH about it again tonight.

    My nieces have 2 chickens Terri and Perri (Teryaki and Perri Perri gross, but pretty clever for a 10 and 5 year old!!)

  8. #26
    Registered User

    Mar 2007
    on cloud 9.....

    cute names, I was thinking dixie LOL.

  9. #27
    Registered User

    Jul 2007
    Colac, VIC

    Willow - I don't know what they are!! DP 'wasn't listening...' when the lady told him...

  10. #28
    Registered User

    Mar 2009

    I like the older names too, doesn't matter if all the names match as it will help set them apart from one another!