A Belgian bird, the Campine do not often go broody, they are good layers but are a bit flighty. Their shanks and toes are leaden blue.
Soft feather – light
The Campine’s head and neck is gold with the remainder of the bird being beetle – green, it can also have a white head and neck with the remainder also being beetle-green.
Bantam Variety Campine
Painting Courtesy – A W Van Wulfften Palthe: C S TH Van Ginks Poultry Paintings 1890 1968, World Poultry Science Association, 1992.
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