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I have a little tiny banty that is a strawberry blonde. She's the tiniest one in
the coop. My grandmother was tiny, 4'10" tall, and had beautiful strawberry
blonde hair. Her name was Clementine. So we call this little banty none
Some names just do seem to go with certain critters. We had a Columbia ram named Christopher, and the neighbors had a Lincoln sheep named Abraham. A tiny red banty hen was named the Little Red Hen, and we had a rooster named Brewster. Gregory Peck, wonderful name.
I went to visit a friend in Florida and we had "Charlie ribs" for dinner I thought it was her recipe until the next morning when we had "Charlie bacon" and "Charlie ham" for breakfast. Slow learner here. After breakfast we went out to meet George the steer. "Food" is a better name. LOL
I always buried my chickens when they die. LOL A real country girl here.