Irish Dexters were developed years ago by frugal Gaelic folk who wanted to get a lot of milk and meat but owned only small plots of land. They require about half the grazing land of an ordinary cow or steer yet still give a fine yield of both milk and beef. We now have a small herd of 11 with 4 bulls fattening for butcher.
Not only will the Dexters provide very tasty beef but we will also use them as surrogates to nurse young beef calves of other breeds, such as Black Angus. Dexters are a docile breed and easy to work with.
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