Kerry cattle


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Kerry cattle

see dexter.
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Farmleigh, Dublin VISITORS 402,773 Once one of the Guinness family's Dublin residences, the Farmleigh estate covers 78 acres of gardens, a boating pond and a herd of rare native Kerry cattle.
Isolated in the hill farms of Ireland, Kerry cattle have thrived for more than 2,000 years.
Although a good fit for small farms, the active nature of Kerry cattle makes them best suited for experienced cattle ranchers.
The first recorded imports to North America were in 1912, though some may have arrived sooner because in early days there was no differentiation made between Dexters and Kerry cattle.
They have also been bred up to a larger size than the original with two types, the leggy Kerry cattle and the shorter legged Dexters.