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Jersey Delights Photography for unusual photographs taken around the lovely island of Jersey Marilyn and Michael photographers, founders of Jersey Delights Photography and Meadow Maidens

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Originally bred on the British Channel Island of Jersey, the breed is popular for the high butterfat content of its milk and the lower maintenance costs incurred by its lower bodyweight, as well as its genial disposition.

Possibly the best known example of the breed outside the United Kingdom is Elsie the Cow, the famous mascot of Borden, Inc., in the United States. Her face appears on cans of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk, cheeses, fresh and shelf stable milk.

The Jersey Cow apparently descended from cattle stock brought over from the nearby Norman mainland, and was first recorded as a separate breed around 1700.  Before 1789 cows would be given as dowry for inter-island marriages between Jersey and Guernsey.  The breed has been isolated from outside influence for over two hundred years, from 1789 to 2008.and only recently  the States of Jersey took the historic step of ending the ban on imports.

Due to the small size, docile and inquisitive character and attractive features of the Jersey cow, small herds were imported into England by aristocratic landowners as adornment for aesthetically landscaped parks.

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