Jersey

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Jersey

a breed of fawn, mulberry or gray, dairy cattle often with black pigmentation of the skin.
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Jersey dairy cow. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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The archaeology of the Channel Islands 2: The Bailiwick of Jersey.
The Bailiwick of Jersey (BOJ) encompasses part of the Channel Islands and is a Crown Dependency of the United Kingdom.
The Bailiwick of Jersey, like the other Channel Islands, is a millionaire's paradise.