Saturday, September 19, 2009

Little Brown Heifer Calf



I need to give this calf a name. There is still a probability that she will be in the freezer one day, but there is also a slight chance we would keep her as a nurse cow. I will put a list of the names that have been suggested so far. I will probably pick 5 of these and put a poll up on the blog. :) I am still not sure that the winner in the poll will be her name. I am weird about naming our animals. I have to feel it is a right. :) I am still leaning toward a flower name.


Violet
Cocoa

Coco
Meadowlark
Meadow

Daisy
Allspice

Pansy

Fudge

Lark
Dandy(Dandelion)
Shee
Taffy
Lupin
Rosey
Primrose
Sunflower

Honeysuckle

Lily
Chrysanthemum (Chrysi)
Rhubarb
Honeydew

Ivy
Sweet Pea
Wildflower
Butterbud
Hershey
Flower

Tulip
Brownie (goes well with milk)
Kobe
Black Eyed Susie
Missy

OK, out of this list which ones are your favorites?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like Daisy.
Rach E

Mosaic said...

I like Taffy.

Emily Elizabeth said...

Cocoa, Honeydew and Sweet Pea :]

goatmilker said...

I think Daisy is a good name for he. I know how that is with naming the animals I have to feel like that name was picked for them. The kids get so mad because they will come up with a name and I will tell them nope just don't feel right. Good luck in nameing her. Rebekah

Darlene said...

Definitely Taffy!!

Jenna said...

Cocoa, Lily, Taffy or Missy!

JAMIE ANN said...

I NAME ALL OUR COWS LIKE YOU DO..HAVE TO BE SPECIAL. MY DAUGHTER GOT VERY ATTACHED AND SHE NAMED HERS BALLERINA. LOL I LOVE HONEYSUCKLE, WILDFLOWER, MEADOW, I LOVE ALLSPICE. I THINK OF ONE OF OURS..JUST A LITTLE SPITFIRE. THAT IS WHAT I REALLY CALL THE ONE. :) WE HAVE NOW NAMED 40 OF THEM..SO NAMES START TO RUN OUT. LOL

Lisa said...

The flower names are pretty (what about Larkspur?) but we also like Cinnamon or Nutmeg (you could call her Meg) or Sienna. Lisa in NM

Renata said...

Hi Marci
I've been following your blog now for a short while & want to say how much I enjoy it.
I like Dandy - for Dandelion! Very cute!!
I get my children to come up with our calf names - I like your idea of flower names!