Guernsey is a cattle breed which is used for dairy purposes. This breed is known for its rich quality and golden colour of the milk it produces. The milk of Guernsey constitutes of 3.7% of protein and 5% of butterfat. The milk is considered to be of high-quality which means that there are high maintenance costs involved in keeping this breed.
The breed is available in red coating with white patches on the body. This differentiates it from others.
Jersey is one of the most popular dairy breeds primarily because it requires low maintenance costs. Jersey produces high quality milk which constitutes of 3.9% of protein and 4.8% of butterfat. This type of breed is quite aggressive, meaning that they can become violent some times. Their weight and colour may vary from region to region but the fawn colour is the most popular one.