The Khaki Campbell is one of the more famous and popular duck breeds due to its excellent egg production. It was introduced in 1901 by Mrs. Adele Campbell of Gloucestershire, England. She experimented with Runners crossed with Rouens and Mallards but never revealed the exact genetic makeup of her Campbells. The advantage over the pure Runner was a more useful carcass for meat and improved egg production. Khaki Campbells are a very hardy breed that tends to be nervous, energetic, are great foragers, and do tend to be broody.
Purpose: Egg Layer
Production: 220 Large White Eggs/Year
Temperament: Calm, Active Mature Weight: 3-4 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy
**Minimum Order Requirements – 15 Ducklings**
Next available shipping date: July 5, 2022
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