Family Dairy Cow
The Jersey cow is a small but highly productive dairy breed originally from the Isle of Jersey in the English Channel. Renowned for its rich, creamy milk with a high butterfat content, the Jersey cow has become a favorite among dairy farmers and cheese-makers alike. Its milk is often considered superior for making butter and cheese due to its higher protein and calcium levels. The breed is also known for its docile temperament and ease of management, making it well-suited for both commercial dairies and small family farms. With its distinctive fawn-colored coat and white face, the Jersey cow is not just productive but also visually appealing, earning it a special place in the hearts of farmers and consumers.