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Jersey Dairy Cow Facts

JERSEY DAIRY CATTLE IN AUSTRALIA Are you looking to import Australian Jersey cows into your local market? Australia's Livestock Exporters is a world leading dairy livestock exporter. Find out more about the Jersey cow breed below 200,000 glasses Jersey cows produce 200,000 glasses of milk on average during their lifetime 2nd 500kg They are small in stature and weigh 500kg 2nd They are the 2nd most popular breed of dairy cattle in Australia, second to the Holstein Freisian A2 milk 130 litres On average, a Jersey cow drinks 130 litres of water 6% MILK FAT Produce the highest fat content of any breed, up to 6% Most Jersey COws produce A2 milk (favoured by lactose- intolerant people Milk 4% PROTEIN Produce milk with 4% protein in one day 120 years ago The Australian Jersey Breed Society came into being over 120 1.5 million head 1829 1829 the first Jersey cattle arrived in Australia, consisting of 200 head The Australian dairy herd is estimated at years ago 1.5 million Created by Australia's Livestock Exporters

Jersey Dairy Cow Facts

shared by billytrail on Nov 17
Facts about the Jersey dairy cow breed in an infographic. Jersey cattle are arguably one of the most attractive breeds of cow there is. Their looks are characterised by large eyes, caramel coat and bl...




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