Animal Class: Mammals
Height: average 45-47 inches at the shoulder
Weight: between 800 and 1500 lbs
Diet: Grasses and grains
Habitat: Jersey cows are a breed of small dairy cattle, originally bred in Jersey, Great Britain.
Description: Jerseys come in all shades of brown, from light tan to almost black. They are frequently fawn in color. All purebred Jerseys have a lighter band around their muzzle, a dark switch (long hair on the end of the tail), and black hooves, although in recent years color regulations have been relaxed to allow a broadening of the gene pool. Jersey cows also come in miniature sizes, which are considerably smaller in size. There is also an “American Jersey” that’s bred to be larger.
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