In the American dairy industry, the black and white Holstein cow is the dominant breed. However, while Jersey cows are far less numerous, they produce more milk per animal. If you're involved in a smaller dairy operation, Jersey cattle make good herd choices for a number of reasons, including a docile temperament and relative ease of maintenance.
Awww! Adorable!!!! Dutch Belted cattle. Their milk fat is actually more than the Jersey's surprisingly. It's 7% and a Jersey's is 6%. Wow! It would be fun to own at least one of these female cows for milk. :)