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Thanks for the kind words

Jerseys have a very high butterfat content in their milk, and let's face it, raw cream and all the things you can do with it is the reason for living. :) Cows which produce raw milk for consumption should be grass-fed only and once a day milked and most Jerseys perform well like this. They are easy going (well most are). It is so wonderful to raise your own food this way. Also Jersey steers which are kept on their mama and share the milk with us, are the most delicious beef you ever tasted, which is another huge benefit of having a family cow for milk, cheese, butter... I hope you get one!