Monday, November 26, 2012

Name This Heifer


Its been a very busy year and I have still been unable to name this last heifer.

The mother of this heifer is a traditional Red and White Simmental named Google and the dad is a muscular Polled Hereford, named Rollo.

She belongs to the maternal "G" line of females that I like.

I have had an uncountable number of these fertile, productive, calm females over the years.



So of course, I have run out of decent G names.

I actually recently named her sister Glennora. ("Glennie").

I like those Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Swiss,  names.

But I am plum out of ideas for this solid looking girl.

Please contribute your best G Names in the comments section.

Be creative.

I would really like to have a name for this keeper by Christmas.





Think it can be done?

If you have any questions about this heifer, or the herd, also ask in the comments section and I will answer, in the comments section as well.
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22 comments:

  1. How about Gaira, Glynnis, or Gwennan? All are celtic female names. Good luck, I know picking a name you think suits an animal is extremely hard.

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  2. Ok, here's a few: Glenda, Gisela or Giselle, Greer, Gretta. Good luck naming!!

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  3. I just shared the photo with my 4 year olds - this is what we came up with: Glinda (the good witch from Wicked), Golly, Gretchen (my name), Gee, Gudny (Swedish), Greta. Not sure what G names you've used already. Looking forward to hearing what you come up with.

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  4. Hi, just stopping by for a quick glance.
    How about " Grainne" or "Grania" -Irish from grain or corn.

    Beautiful animals!

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  5. Hi - we have just gone through a 'G' year with our UK herd of Limmies. Some of the names we used were -

    Grace, Gracious, Ghirl, Gaelle, Greta,Giselle,Goldie, Gina, Glory, Gloria

    Hope this helps

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  6. Georgia, Gabby, Girly and I'll try to think of some better ones.

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  7. I'm not very good at creative names but I can recognize a nice top line. She should become a good producer for you.

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  8. What a cute girl! How about one of these names - Gael (Irish), Gillian, or Genevieve?

    Found you via The Chicken Chick :)

    Tammy
    http://ourneckofthewoods.net

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  9. Its nice to know we all think alike.
    Here are the G names I have already used:
    Grace, Gwen, Greta, Giselle, Gillian,Glory, Glenda, Gina, Gabby, Gail, Glennie (GlenNora) and a dozen more that I can't remember right now. So keep your name ideas coming. I don't want to resort to looking in those "name" books, I would rather have a real suggestion. Anyone have a river near them with a G Name? Scottish rivers? Irish rivers? Get your travel photos out and see what begins with a G. I appreciate you all trying to name this girl before December 25th!

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  10. What about Gigi, Gem or maybe or Giggles or Goofy

    Found you thru the Chicken Chick!

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  11. Gauja (gow-yah) is a river here in Latvia.
    It is known for its Devonian sandstone cliffs (Celtic time period). This area was also known as the Livonian Switzerland.

    A famous Latvian also named the river that feeds into the Angel Falls in Venezuela, Gauja.

    I was also wondering how you pronounce your name-with a hard "j" or with a "y" sound. Janis (Yawn-iss) is the most common name for men here.

    If you would like more info (on the correct pronunciation), just google "Gauja National Park". It is a beautiful area!

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  12. She is beautiful! I think something simple like Gracie or Giselle.

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  13. She looks like a Gemma, Gilda, or Grainne (apparently said "Grawn-ya"). She's looks so sturdy, but if she's really tough, maybe she's a Gunna. :) Be sure to let us know what you decide!

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  14. How about Guinevere, like wife of King Arthur? Genevieve? Gigi, Georgia, Georgina, Gabrielle, Gaia, Gardenia, Geranium, Ginger, Glynnis, Gretchen?

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  15. Golly, Gem, Gracious, Gallatin, Goody, or Gin.

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  16. Gouda. A delicious cheese! A beautiful heifer!

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