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Description

The Jersey Cow is a british breed of the small dairy cattle.

Distribution

The Jersey Cow is distributed worldwide.

Lifespan

The lifespan of the Jersey Cow is 18 - 22 years.

Size

A mature Jersey Cow weighs approximately 450kg.

Diet

They are vegetarians and ruminants, like goats and sheep, which means they have four chambered stomach. They are a grazing animal, prefering to eat grasses.

Habitat

The Jersey Cow inhabits grasslands.

Breeding

The Jersey Cow has a 9 month gestation period.

Origin

The history of the Jersey breed can be traced back to 6000 BC to the middle east and even though it is difficult to trace are probably descendants of wild savage beast better known as Aurochs.

Popularity

With its good looks, gentle nature, strong constitution and rich milk, the Jersey cow is now famous world wide and is the second largest dairy breed in the world.

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