The name is pronounced kam-peen. Coloring: Campines have a solid colored head and hackles (either gold or white depending on variety) and the body is barred with iridescent beetle black. Their skin is white and the legs are lead colored. Earrlobes are white, beak is horn colored, and eyes are dark brown with a black pupil. Hens and roosters have the same feather pattern. Build: They have a long back and carry their tail very upright. Males weigh average 5-6 lbs and hens are around 4-5 lbs. Their single comb is fairly large and often flops over. The combs are susceptible to frostbite. Other Information: They feather quickly but mature relatively late. They lay and an average 3 eggs per week. While they are considered a egg production hen, they are primarily kept for ornamental purposes. Campines tolerate confinement they do much better if allowed to free range. Differentiation from other breeds: Silver Campines look very similar to Egyptian Fayoumis as chicks. The head and neck feathering will be a more pure white rather than the silver/grey of the FayoumiÂs. Per the standard, the black barring on the Campine should be iridescent; this is not true of the Fayoumi. The Campine will have lead colored legs vs the Fayoumis will be slate colored or willow green. Campines feather pattern is barred and FayoumiÂs are more penciled. Buttercups have a similar feather pattern, but the single comb of the Campine is very easy to differentiate. Credits: Gold Campine Rooster picture provided by luvmychicknkids, hen and egg pictures by Chickenlady,chick pic Kellykate.