Mini cows for meat and milk NOTE: I did not originally pin this, however, I would like to pass on some words of wisdom. I have seen numerous pins praising Dexter cows: my aunt raised them and said they eat as much as regular sized cows, they don't milk well and they do not produce hardly any meat because of their bone structure; there is a reason why they haven't caught on so please research!
Small-breed milk cows eat only a third to half of what a standard-size cow eats, and they produce a more manageable amount of milk. Plus, they’re easier to handle because of their small size. Learn more about buying and caring for small-breed milk cows from an experienced breeder. Miniature breeds are an easy entry into the world of dairy cattle.data-pin-do=