Cambar

noun Cam·bar \ ˈkamˌbär \

Definition of Cambar

: a breed of autosexing domestic fowls with the male chicks pale gray striped with brown and the females much darker that was developed in England from crosses of barred rocks and golden Campines

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Origin and Etymology of cambar

Campine + barred Rock


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