Campine Golden By Campinechickens

By campinechickens · Jan 10, 2012 · ·
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    Breed Information, Comments, and Experience with breed:

    Campines are a beautiful and rare breed that originated in the Kempen Country near Antwerp, Belgium. They are close relatives of the Belgian Braekel. Most are semi flighty and some are so tame they sit on your shoulder. They lay white eggs and eat very little feed. They do well in confinement but prefer to free range. They are an excellent exhibition fowl. All in all I would say they are one of the ideal birds.





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    My Campine cock at about 18 months. He sure is beautiful!​

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  1. chikingrrl
    do you happen to know the age of lay for campines? Im writing a journal and recording projected age of lay versus actual for my farm record. I have only one golden campine hen at this time and she is approximately 3 months old. I look forward to your response.....any information you can give will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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