Get your thinking caps on because this little chap needs a name!
Whilst on a routine farm visit for herd health planning, Wicstun vet Emma was caught in the excitement of a healthy calf delivery. The little bull calf was delivered safely and there’s no doubt he’s an absolute belter! A new addition to the Wallingfen Herd!
Naming a bull calf is a ceremonious occasion, it’s very important and Jean the farmer very kindly offered for Emma to choose. On this occasion his name has to begin with the letter ‘O‘ and as he has been bred to hopefully one day become a prize stock bull, this little chap needs a name suitable for a hall of fame!
Emma was touched by the thoughtful offer, but between them they had an even better idea. They want YOU to name the stunning bull calf! The farm and the practice have decided that many heads are better than two and we’d like you to try and find the best name for a prize bull hopeful beginning with ‘O’
Names that cannot be used are; Ozzy, Olympian, Operator, Oliver and Oscar as they already live on the farm.
Jean says that she’s really excited to hear what you come up with!
We’d love to give him a name by Friday 7th September so get your thinking caps on and send us an idea!
We’ll let you know of the winning name next week!
Wicstun vets offer herd health planning to farms across East Riding – let us help you get the best from your work. For more information please contact the practice on 01430 873219 or visit us here!