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Poultry Breeds - Campine Chickens

Poultry Breeds - Campine Chickens

Campine

Varieties:

The campines are a fairly small, closely feathered breed with solid colored hackles and barred bodies. They are chiefly an ornamental breed but will lay a fair number of white shelled eggs and are nonbroody. They are thought to have originated in Belgium.

Content:

Chicken Breeds and Varieties (A2880), John L. Skinner, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

 


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