golden campine

  1. TrentT

    Who's the mom?

    I just had several chicks hatch. Father is a purebred Welsummer. Potential mothers include golden campine, silver campine, and silver leghorn. The chick on the right in the first pic was mothered by a RIR, but the black one and the chick in the second pic could be from any of the hens listed...
  2. Wisewillow

    New Chicken Enthusiasts

    Hi! My name is Suzanne and I live in the PNW. My kids, age 12 & 14 are super excited to FINALLY be getting chickens! The entire family has worked to build the coop and yard: dug deep, hardware cloth, build up, fence it in... They even built a special solid door with jigsawed eggs, a chicken and...
  3. HopeSprings

    My freebie is a Golden Campine cockerel!

    Well, my lil’ cockadoodler turned out to be a Golden Campine! Is anyone familiar with this breed?
  4. paramount

    Historic articles on Campines

    In the spirit of helping to educate people about the virtues and history of the Campine breed, I have uploaded three historic, public domain articles on Campines. They are as follows: The Campine by Judge Card (1914)...
  5. A Village Poultry Plant: The Campine Farm of S.V.R. Martling

    A Village Poultry Plant: The Campine Farm of S.V.R. Martling

    A Village Poultry Plant by C.S. Valentine (Country Life in America; August 1916) When the latest United States census enumerated poultry, it took no account of any except that kept on farms, and thereby committed an egrarious blunder. Not only are large numbers of poultry kept in towns and...
  6. Improved Campines by Willis Van Dewalker, American Poultry Advocate, March 1914

    Improved Campines by Willis Van Dewalker, American Poultry Advocate, March 1914

    In writing this article on Improved Campines, I do not want to belittle any other breed, for I have bred various breeds for fifteen years and a found a number of breeds to be profitable I handled properly, but I find the Campine is the most profitable breed under all conditions. Breeders who...
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