Campine Chicken

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The basics:
The Campine is an old breed of chicken which was developed in Belgium's Campine region. Unfortunately, the Campine is currently highly endangered, and has been given a classification of "critical" by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. The "critical" category means, "Fewer than 500 breeding birds in the United States, with five or fewer primary breeding flocks (50 birds or more), and estimated global population less than 1,000."

The Campine looks exactly like the Braekel chicken (another Belgian breed). The difference between the two, is that the Braekel is a larger fowl.

Types: Bantam, Largefowl
Varieties (Single Comb): Chamois Penciled, Gold Penciled, Silver Penciled
Uses: Eggs, Ornamental
Bantam: 22 - 26 oz
Largefowl: 4 - 6 lbs
Personality: The Campine tends to be wary of people, and is very active and vocal,
Broody: No
Preferred climate: Warm
Handles confinement: No
Egg production: Good (3/week)
Egg color: White
Egg size: Medium


quieter chicken, pretty bird, Good layer


smaller bird

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Campine Chicken

From Freelancer00101 Dec 24 2013 3:50PM


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