Brown Swiss


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Brown Swiss

n.
Any of a hardy breed of large brown dairy cattle that originated in Switzerland.

Brown′ Swiss′


n.
one of a breed of brown dairy cattle raised orig. in Switzerland.
[1900–05]
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Noun1.Brown Swiss - large hardy brown breed of dairy cattle from SwitzerlandBrown Swiss - large hardy brown breed of dairy cattle from Switzerland
dairy cattle, dairy cow, milch cow, milcher, milk cow, milker - cattle that are reared for their milk
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Originating in the Alpine regions of Europe, the Brown Swiss breed has successfully travelled to all corners of the world and adapted as one of the leading breeds of milking cow - particularly where the primary market for milk is the manufacture of cheese.
Initially, nine flavoured ice creams will be made from organic milk supplied by the farm's herd of 80 Brown Swiss cows.
We also have a small herd of 20 Brown Swiss cows, specifically maintained to produce high quality milk for our award-winning ice cream.
The cows naturally flourish in the Rockies since they are derived from Brown Swiss and Tarentaise cows, which come from the Alps.
I've crossed Angus with some of my Jersey cows and Charolais with a couple of my Brown Swiss.
Along with an existing McCormick MC110, the tractors will provide the muscle for non-contractor work such as making silage for the farm's 100-cow Brown Swiss and Montbeliarde dairy herds.
Vicky and Peter Moffitt have farmed and championed good local produce there for years, with their friendly pine-clad tea room and ice cream parlour with products churned from the Moffitt's own herd of brown Swiss cows.
Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey, and Milking Shorthorn cattle breeds will be exhibited.
Sevens included Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Maine-Anjou and Holstein (all dairy breeds) plus Devon, Hays Converter, Simmental, South Devon, Beefmaster, Brangus, Angus, Charolais, Galloway, Murray Grey, Red Angus, Scottish Highland and Shorthorn.
Brown Swiss, Elite Blooming Mair (Mark and Sian Williams).
The numbers in the dairy section have been boosted this year by the entry of 17 Brown Swiss cattle which will be appearing at the Royal Welsh for the first time.