|This article is about the generic breed.|
|See the "Varieties" section for the different kinds.|
|Pairs of Khaki Campbells.|
|Egg Production||250-340 per year|
|Weight|| Drakes 4.5 lbs|
Ducks 4.0 lbs
The Campbell is a domestic duck bred by Adele Campbell during the late 1800s. Known for its prolific egg-laying abilities, Campbells are crossbreeds between Penciled Runners and Rouens, with a strain of Mallard for hardiness.
Campbells are described as active and streamlined, with a moderately long head, bill, neck, and body. 
Drakes have greenish-bronze heads, with the rest of their body a warm khaki brown. Legs and feet are a dark orange and the bill is a dark green. Ducks are khaki-colored all over, with a greenish-black bill and body-colored legs/feet.
* - varieties have been produced, but are not standardized.
Sources and referencesEdit
- ↑ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khaki_Campbell#History
- ↑ -Storey's Guide to Raising Ducks pg. 38
- ↑ http://www.ashtonwaterfowl.net/khaki_campbell.htm