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Jersey cows and Holstein cows are popular and high yielding breeding that produce milk.
Holstein cow has its origin in the Netherlands. They can white or black with black or white patches on their bodies.
A Holstein cow weighs about 580kg. Holstein cows produce more milk with an average of 19,000 pounds of milk. Holstein cow has about 3.7 percent of butterfat. They also give birth to healthy cows that weigh up to 40 to 45 kg.
Jersey cow has its origin from Jersey, the cows are reddish, a jersey cow weighs around 350 to 550kg. Jersey cows are smaller in size when compared to Holstein cow. A jersey cow produces an average of 13,000 pounds. A jersey cow has about 4.7 percent of butterfat content. Jersey cows are more adaptable to hot climates than Holstein cows.
Do you know the difference between the different cows that are available? When comparing the two, you will see that the Holstein Cow is going to be larger as compared to the Jersey Cow. In fact, the Jersey Cow will weigh about 400 kg normally but the Holstein Cow is going to be more than 500 kg. Even with the way that they would produce milk, you can expect that the Holstein cow will definitely produce more milk during their lifetime.
Another thing that you should realize is that their names have originated from the place where they were found. Their colors are also different. The Holstein Cow is black and white while the Jersey Cow is color red.