A twist in history. There used to be Breda chapons (castrated roosters) which were famous far and wide for there delicate meat. Theses chapons traditionally were a large type of Campines, called the Chaams. Later on the bulkier Breda fowl appeared and took over this role. Breda an Chaam are in the same region, about 20 km apart.
The Chaams was recently revived and is doing very well right now. The Chaamse are heavier, 3 kg. And more pencilled and white than banded.
Here's a nice film about a professional farmer using this heritage breed, sister of the Campine.
It's in dutch, sorry.
He was so gentle with them when he was butchering. He clearly loves his birds -- sitting there with one in his lap stroking it. Thank you so much for the link. It really demonstrates the difference from Campines.