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Anyone named one of their roosters "Gregory Peck" yet?

Metamora, IL

Or one of their chickens "Bushleana"...

so as to have a Bushelana Peck?

Caistor, United Kingdom(Zone 8b)

No, Good ones!! LOL, but we did have a Chicken Little, Squeeky (roosters), and currently have a Henny Penny(hen). And we did have a Silky named Fluffy. Lauri

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

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Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

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
other than...................Clemen-tiny.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

oops, sorry, didn't mean to post twice.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

oops, sorry, didn't mean to post twice.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

oops, sorry, didn't mean to post twice.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

oops, sorry, didn't mean to post twice.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

oops, sorry, didn't mean to post twice.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

oops, sorry, didn't mean to post twice.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

Oops, sorry, I didn't mean to post twice

Culpeper, VA(Zone 7a)

No - but I did have a pet pigeon named "Walter" - lol!

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

Wow, my puter went nuts ! Sorry all.

Metamora, IL

LOL, Breezy! "Walter Pigeon"!

Culpeper, VA(Zone 7a)

Yup. "Walter Pigeon" came to me as an injured & exhausted Homing Pigeon that apparently lost it's way & crash-landed in our yard. I had him for quite a few years as a pet.

Ozark, AL(Zone 8b)

Rooster Cogburn, an Americauna roo, finally went to that great cornfield in the sky after hanging around here for 7 years.

Chico, CA

Had two chickens we named Henny and Penny... guaranteed to be girls...hummmm Penny turned out to be a boy... and what a beautiful rooster he is...

Shenandoah Valley, VA(Zone 6b)

(Edited to remove comment)

We have an Ameraucana hen named Pete. She is the rooster's (aka The Red Baron) favorite girl. They stroll everywhere together.

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Metamora, IL

If you are sorry, why did you post it? I do not care for such "humor," personally.

Shenandoah Valley, VA(Zone 6b)

Oh, heavens, then I really am sorry. I didn't think it was offensive, just silly, hence the first "sorry." Didn't mean to offend; won't do it again.

Metamora, IL

Thanks. You can even go in and edit the post and take it out if you want to. But appreciate your kindness. Thank you again.

Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

We have had an assortment of critters these are just a few of the names.

Sheep:
Wooley Nelson
Baa Baa Walters
Pam Tail less
Mel Tail less

Koi Fish in the Pond:
Vince Gills
Loretta Finn

Peacocks
Gregory Peck
Regis and of Course Kathy Lee but she left
NBC

Fritch, TX(Zone 6b)

TOO FUNNY!

Baker City, OR(Zone 5b)

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.

Claremore, OK(Zone 6a)

I saw a post of someone who named all their roosters "Food".
She said that she called them that from the time they were little, thus making it a little easier come butchering time. What a smart idea.

I can see it now........... "Here Food-Food, Here Foodie Foodie Foodie
as she goes out to feed.

Cute.

Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

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.

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