Milking Shorthorn

A British breed of dairy cattle! It developed from the Shorthorn, which itself came from County Durham, Northumberland and Yorkshire in north eastern England.

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A mostly white body is covered with deep mahogany (reddish brown) spots. An efficient grazer, she is noted for her vigor and efficiency of milk production.

Brown Swiss

Docile and friendly, she can be grey, brown, tan and almost white in color. Her milk boasts an ideal fat to protein ratio for cheese-making.


Softer faun brown and white markings cover her face and body. Her milk is golden in color and high in beta carotene, which is converted in Vitamin A.


Distinct black and white markings, no two Holsteins are exactly alike. Her ability to convert feed into protein for human consumption is unique.


Generally smaller than Holsteins and light to medium brown in color, her milk is generally higher in butterfat.

Milking Shorthorn

Thought to be the first cow breed in America, versatility is one of her greatest attributes.

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