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Jersey House cow
« on: July 13, 2012, 10:15:05 PM »

 Jersey House Cow

I just wanted to flag up that after 36 years of keeping a house cow on my smallholding in Anglesey north Wales I have decided to retire and give up keeping cattle.  As a consequence i will have an in-calf Jersey house cow available for sale.  (Born 2005,  Age 7, 4th calver, caving date circa 1st August,-in calf  to Aberdeen Angus)

She might suit someone who is just starting out with a house cow and wants an animal that is "broken in" as she is quiet to hand milk, easy to catch and manage, and a smallholder's cow, not a herd animal.

If anyone wants further details, or wants to see her, you can e-mail me at  ( Be sure to include the full stop in my e-mail address)

N.B. I will need to arrange the required TT Test before she can be moved, to comply with the current movement regulations.


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