A nice pair of Khaki Campbells from the UK
Photos courtesy of Rupert Stephenson

Campbells were developed in Britain around 1900 by a Mrs. Adele Campbell. They are small ducks and excellent layers, outlaying the most prolific chickens, with 275 to 340 eggs per year being typical. Dark and White Campbells also exist. The Campbell is a hardy and active duck and an excellent forager.

Campbell Links:

Little House Poultry Farm's Khaki Campbell Ducks

Campbell Ducks at Kintaline Poultry and Waterfowl Farm, Oban, Argyll, United Kingdom

The Domestic Waterfowl Club on Campbells

Khaki Campbell ducks at Ashton Waterfowl

Poultry for small farmers: Khaki Campbells

A young drake

Old Khaki Campbell hen and drake

A White Campbell drake
Photo courtesy of Robert Stephenson

A flock of Khaki Campbells on range
Photo courtesy of David Erskine

(Dark?) Campbell hens
Photo courtesy of Dimity Bjork

A Khaki Campbell drake having a good day
Photo courtesy of Beryl Ladd

Dark Campbell females
Photo courtesy of Sweetfolly Flowers & Feathers

A first-year Khaki Campbell duck

Month old Khaki Campbell ducklings
Photo courtesy of Brad McComb

Khaki Campbell ducklings
Photo courtesy of Kelli King

A Khaki Campbell duckling
Photo courtesy of Jason Chambers

Hey down there!
Photo courtesy of Katrin Becker



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