Khaki Campbell Ducks

Khaki Campbell ducks are a British breed of duck. They were developed by Mrs Campbell who crossed an Indian Runner duck with a Rouen drake in 1901.

  • Khaki Campbell ducks are excellent egg layers – they can produce between 200 and 350 eggs a year.
  • They lay white eggs.
  • Khaki Campbell birds have khaki coloured plumage.
  • Khaki Campbell drakes have a light khaki plumage with a gree head and tail.
  • Khaki Campbell ducks have khaki coloured plumage.
  • This breed is early maturing.
  • The duck can weigh 2.1 – 2.3kg.
  • The drake can weigh 2.3 – 2.5kg.

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Storey’s Guide to Raising Ducks (Storey’s Guides to Raising)