These are absolutely some of the most beautiful Bantams I have
ever owned. They are a very small size breed, excellent layers
and mature quickly. I plan to hatch lots of them this year too!
The Golden Campine originated in Belgium,
where it has been bred for several centuries. The name is derived
from the Campine country, where these fowls are bred largely
for the production of white-shelled eggs. The bantam breed was
developed by breeder in Texas and exist only in the US.
Primarily kept for their color and egg production,
most campine do not incubate eggs, though I have had some hens
to become broody. They lay small clutches so I cannot offer more
than 6 eggs at a time to insure fresh eggs.