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A popular breed of dairy cow, popular in Britain and the U.S.A. and originating in Holland - they are very productive (averaging 8,000 pints per annum), but their milk has the lowest butterfat content of any dairy breed (3.45% butterfat on average). See 'Alderney Cows'; 'Guernsey Cows'; 'Jersey Cows'
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