jersey cattle society
Jersey Cattle Society
of the United Kingdom
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Warwickshire CV35 7HN
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The Jersey Breed

Braymeadows Dions
Jerseys originate from Jersey in the Channel Islands. Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands.

Today the Jersey is the second most popular breed world-wide.

Jerseys can be recognised by their fawn colour and black nose. They usually have a blueberry (nearly black) brush to the tail, they are much smaller than their black and white cousins and are noted for their docility.

Jersey milk is noted for its high quality rather than the quantity, it is particularly rich in protein, minerals and trace elements. Jersey milk is also rich in colour which is naturally produced from carotene, an extract from grasses (the cows natural food).


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