Cute Baby Dairy Calf Photo

Check out this cute baby calf photo. She was born during our recent snow storm, but she is a good eater and is strong on her legs. We have her in a coat to keep her warmer until she is a little bigger.

We need help naming her. What are your suggestions?

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*Update (March 7, 2013): We had a such a HUGE response to naming this beautiful calf, we decided to do a giveaway. The winner will receive an Organic Valley Chico bag filled with coupons and of course the honor of naming this calf. 

Contest Rules: 

  • Leave a your name choice in the comments below. 
  • Contest closes at 9pm Central Time TONIGHT March 7, 2013.
  • A Random Winner will be chosen using the “And the Winner is” WordPress plugin. 
  • The winner will be notified by email, so PLEASE leave a real email when you register to comment.
  • If the winner cannot be reached by 9pm March 8, 2013, a new winner will be announced.  


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34 thoughts on “Cute Baby Dairy Calf Photo

  1. michelle

    My class suggests Gerda, the brave little girl from the Hans Christian Anderson story The Snow Queen. She rescues her brother from the Snow Queen.

  2. Vera M

    Since she is a Normande crossbreed, how about “neige”. It’s the French word for snow. A second choice could be “tempete”. The French word for storm.

  3. Liz L

    Drifa, an Old Norse name meaning “snow flurry” or “fall of snow”. I left this on Facebook too, but wanted to be sure to get entered 🙂 She’s such a sweet looking girl!

  4. Jayne

    Oreo! Because he/she looks like the colours of my favourite comforting biscuit and it’s a cute name! What a cute little calf.

  5. Kathy

    I like Pansy for her. I’m sure she will bloom into a nice full grown cow one of these days.

  6. Zacarias

    I love Evita for her name… the tear drops cascading from here right eye remind me of the famous song ‘don’t cry for me Wisconsin (CAFOs)’

  7. margaret hyams

    Snowdrop or Hazel (for witch hazel) both are winter flowers that can bloom in snow.