🔎 Form – Definition and Explanations


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Species cow (empty bull)
Region of origin
Region Isle of Jersey (Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, with Saint Helier as its capital. Its…)
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Dress up United Wild cat (Fawn broadly refers to carnivorous mammals, especially…)nuanced with brown and gray
Diffusion (In everyday language, the term diffusion refers to the concept of …) The world
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The Jersey a gender (In zoological nomenclature, race is a lower taxonomic rank than species…) Anglo-Norman cattle. It has an English and international name cattle. It is registered in the French breed directory under the name Jersey.


It belongs to the Celtic branch. It comes from Jersey, where it has been bred almost self-sufficiently for over a thousand years, and has been fully self-sufficient since its importation was banned in 1789 to preserve the purity of the breed.
It was introduced in Great Britain, where there were 6,000 heads. The Jersey Cattle Society It was established in 1878 with the opening of the herd register. One of the oldest herds is the Queen’s herd the castle (The castle was originally intended for the Middle Ages…) Windsor. In LIsland (An island is a piece of land surrounded by water, be it a river or…) In the state of Jersey, the herd is about 6,000 head and includes only Jersey cows.
Its breeding began in 1850 in France. Selection of the Jersey breed continued in 1903 with the creation of the herd book. It has about 10,000 individuals, including 3,500 cows (850 selected) and 24 bulls. They are scattered in many departments, mostlyWest (West is the cardinal point, opposite east. This direction…) Atlantic, especially in the English Channel.

Less common in France, the Jersey race is more common around the world; available in many country (Country comes from the Latin pagus, which designates a territorial and tribal division…) foreigners are especially good number (The concept of number in linguistics is considered in the article “Number…”) From the member countries of the Union: Canada, Australia (Australia (officially the Commonwealth of Australia) is a country…), New Zealand (New Zealand is in Oceania, Southwest Pacific Ocean,…)… as well as in the USA and Denmark.


It is a dairy breed. Production medium (A mean value is a statistical measure that characterizes a set of elements…) 5100 kg per lactation in France. The milk produced is the richest of all cattle breeds with a fat ratio of 59 per 1000 and a protein ratio of 41 per 1000, which allows breeders to obtain an increase in the price paid up to 40%. Production in the USA is 7300 kg of milk with 4.60%. issue (Matter is the substance that makes up any body that has material reality. Its…) fat and 3.59% protein. It is the most productive breed by itself weight (Weight is the force of gravity, derived from gravity and inertia, exerted by …). Moreover, it maintains high productivity even with poor nutrition.

The uniform has a great look longevity (The longevity of a living being is the length of time it lives…). Breeders value him highly for his calving ability, even sire a bull (A bull is a ruminant domestic mammal, usually bearing horns…) breed of beef. His endurance wins him over need (Needs are at the level of interaction between the individual and the environment. This…) relatively low maintenance. This animal (An animal (from Latin animus, spirit or vital principle) according to classical classification, a…) very obedient, even friendly with loving owners. It is sometimes grown as an “eco lawnmower” by hobbyists with land to spare.


He wears more or less dark brown clothes, usually plain or maroon. The head is always dark with dark mucous membranes. Around the mouth White (White is the color of a body heated to about 5000°C (see…). Horns in the shape of a tight crescent are directed forward and downward.
This a cow (A cow is a female ruminant domestic mammal, usually a carrier of…) small format: 123-125 cm for 400 kg in cows, 130 cm for 650 kg in bulls.

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