Choosing a name for your backyard birds should be fun. However, most chicken keepers struggle with coming up with the perfect name. Below you’ll find names for chickens that are black and white.
Coming up with colored chicken names can be much easier than coming up with funny, Spanish, or unique names. While your black and white chicken names don’t need a colored theme name, but sometimes it’s easier to name your chicken based on the color of their feathers.
Below you’ll find black and white themed names for your feathered pets. You’ll find names based around black and white objects, food, cool, unique, so many other ideas you can use.
Male Names for Black and White Roosters
If you have a black and white rooster, these names can make a good name for your pet. Some of these are color-based names, but others have nothing to do with color.
However, all the names made the list, because we believe they will fit your colored rooster.
Female Names for Chickens That Are Black and White
If you hen has black and white markings, these names will work perfectly. Some names have nothing to do with the color of your chicken, however, they will still make a great name for your hen.
Funny Names for Black and White Chickens
Everyone wants a funny name for their pet. It not only puts a smile on your face, but looks funny when your chicken comes running when they hear their name.
Below you’ll find some funny black and white themed names for your pet birds.
- Moo – the black and white colors of a cow
- Mittens – works great for a bird that has black and white near their feet
- Inky (cute name for a baby chick)
- Half Moon
- Zeb (short for zebra)
Unique Names for Black and White Chickens
Are you looking for a unique name you won’t hear very often when you take your birds to the vet? If so consider some names below.
- Junior Mint
- Keys (piano keys)
- Eight Ball
- Cookies N Cream
Human Names for Chickens and Roosters
Don’t see a colored themed name you like? Well, you don’t have to give your chicken a name based on the color of its feathers. Instead, consider some popular names people name their chickens.
According to LA Times, over 1% of U.S households raise chickens and many chicken keepers will give them names like dogs. These names will work great for both chickens and roosters regardless of color.
Food Names for Chickens
Are you a foodie? If so, then consider giving your name after some foods that are black and white. These food items will not only make a good name for your pet, but will put a smile on people’s face when they hear you call out to your birds.
Below you’ll find ideas from beverages, food, deserts, and other food items that will work perfectly.
- Oreo (cookies)
- Black quinoa
- Licorice & Marshmallow
- Almond Joy
- Napkin (not a food, but everyone needs a napkin when eating)
Creative Black and White Names for Chickens
These are some of the most creative black and white names for your birds. These names will work great for any breed, and some can even be considered unisex names.
- Blackfoot (perfect for chickens with black feet)
- Yin Yang
- Tux (short for tuxedo)
Black and White Chicken Names Based on Design Patterns
If your chicken has unique patterns on their feathers, consider some of these design patterns that make great names.
- Zig Zag
Black and White Chicken Names Based Inspired by Disney
If you love visiting Disney World or watching cartoons, consider some of these Disney-inspired names for your flock. Below you’ll find names inspired by movies, characters, etc.
Tips for Naming Your Black and White Chickens
Stick with a short name that is easy to say and pronounce. Avoid embarrassing or inappropriate names. Choose a name you won’t mind calling out to your chickens, even if your neighbors hear you.
Hopefully, this huge list of names makes it easier to name your black and white chicken. Remember, you don’t have to give your chicken a color themed name.
You can also give your chickens a name based on their personality, country singers, celebrities, cartoon characters, cities and states, hobbies, or virtually anything you want.
There are no right or wrong way to name a chicken. As long as you like the name and use it often, your chicken will come running when you call out to them.