5 Cow’s For Milk Production

1. Holstein Friesian

Holstein Friesian

Born Into The Northern Dutch And Holland, Holstein-Friesian Is A Major Dairy Cattle Breed. The Main Features Are Broad Markings And Black And White, Rather Than Mixed, Markings. For Its Distinctive Colour Markings And Outstanding Milk Production, Holstein Are Recognised Most Quickly. Holstein Animals Are Large, Elegant With Black, White Or Red And White Colour Patterns. Cows From The Northern Region Of Germany Come From Holstein, While The Friesians Came From The Netherlands. All Breeds Were So Often Mixed That Today Most Friesians Range From 1⁄4 To 3⁄4 Holstein. Holstein Cow’s Average Milk Produces Approximately 40 Litres A Day.

2. Jersey

Jersey Cow

Britain’s Isle Of Jersey On The English Channel Has Been Named For Its Place Of Origin. For At Least Six Decades It Was A Pure-Bred Creature. In England, It Was Already Established In 1771 And Was Very Profitable For Its Manufacture Of Milk And Butterfly. Outstanding Jersey Herds Can Be Found From Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South America And Africa, India, Japan And Can Be Adapted To A Wide Variety Of Climate And Geographical Conditions. Jersey’s Typical Milk Glass Contains Between 15% And 20% More Protein, Between 15 And 18% More Calcium, 10 And 12% More Phosphorus, Together With A High Vitaminb-12 Content. Jersey Average Milk Produces Approximately 15-20 Litres Per Day.

3. Guernsey

 

The Guernsey Dairy Cattle Breed Was Originated On The English Channel Off The Shore Of Normandy In Guernsey Island. And Named After The Westernmost Part Of The Group, Guernsey Island. The Jersey Breed Has Been Established On The Nearby Jersey Island, And The Two Breed Are Closely Linked. More Than 1,000 Years Ago, Cattle Was First Brought To Guernsey From The Brittany. After The Arrival Of Cattle The Population Of Normandy Was Established. The Size And Color Of The Population, Including White, Black, Brunle, And Fawn, Varied. For Milk Products, The Guernsey Cow Offers An Active Feed Converter. The Guernsey Medium Sizes Need Less Feed Than The Holstein, But Transforms This Feeding Per Unit Of Body Weight Into More Protein And Butterfat. Beta Casein A2 Has More Than 95% In Guernsey’s Milk Compared With 40% Of A2 In Jersey Milk And 15% In Ordinary Milk. Guernsey Milk Is 12% Higher Protein, 30% More Cream, 33% More Vitamin D, 25% Higher In Vitamin A, And 15% Higher In Calcium Than Other Milks. It Has 3.55% Protein On Average.

4. Norwegian Red

Norwegian Red

The Name Of The Breed Came When The Norwegians Red & White, Red Trondheim And Red Polled Østland Were Selected In 1961. Døle Later Was Included In 1963 As Well, While In 1968 Southern And Western Norway Were Included. The Production Of Milk Reaches 10,000 Kg, And Cows Are More Than 16,000 Kg Heavily Milked. The Average Percentage In The Whole Cow Population Of All Lactations Is 4.2% Fat And 3.4% Protein. Cows Weigh Around 495 Kilogram’s To Around 900 Kilograms Of Bulls. Around 17 Liters Of Milk Are Produced A Day. The Norwegian Red Is Known As The “Hassle-Free Cow” A Large Production Capacity That Lasts More Than Other Modern Breeds In Average.

5. Ayrshire

Ayrshire

The Ayrshire Breed Originated Before 1800 In County Ayr, Scotland And Was Classified A Breed Before 1812. It Was First Named The Dunlop, Then The Cunningham And Then The Ayrshire In Its Own Development. The Ayrshire Breed Originated Before 1800 In The County Of Ayr, Scotland And Was Recognized A Proven Breed Until 1812. It Was First Labeled Dunlop, Then Cunningham And Eventually Ayrshire. During Its Progression It Was First Listed. The Ayrshires Are Essentially A Healthy, Leg And Leg Breed. Calves Are Particularly Robust And Their Longevity Is Attributed To Cows. Ayrshire Cow Produces Over 80 000 Kg Or More Of Milk For A Lactating Life.