I've decided to find a good home for my favorite gersey milk cow, Sally Moo. This has been a hard decision to make.We just find it hard to keep up with all the milk. Even though we make cheese, butter, yogurt, ice cream, and feed up a couple of pigs. Well, if you're in western washington and want to purchase the perfect family milk cow, let's talk!
bend in the high desert
Posted - Apr 20 2012 : 6:33:17 PM
how much are you asking? i am in central oregon. how old is she? do you want a smaller cow? one to give less milk and be beefy? i have jersey cross dexters. wonderful girls. or are you stopping milking all together. do you have a machine or equipment? i am milking 2 cows now. one more freshens in june. sherry
the learn as we go silk purse farm farm girl #1014
I am sorry you are thinking of getting rid of your milk cow. If you have too much milk are you milking twice a day. I milk once a day. In the morning and her calf is with her the rest of the time to take care of her udder. Coco freshened at the end of January and I milk about 3 gallons a morning. Her calf is still sleeping with her at night so she drinks before I get there. If she starts drinking too much she will sleep in the stall next to her mama.