Brown Swiss
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British pronunciation/bɹˈaʊn swˈɪs/
American pronunciation/bɹˈaʊn swˈɪs/
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a large breed of dairy cattle with distinctive brown coloration, known for their excellent milk production, good fertility, and calm temperament

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Brown Swiss definition and meaning

What is a "Brown Swiss"?

Brown Swiss, also known as Braunvieh, are a breed of dairy cattle that originated in the Swiss Alps and are now found in many countries around the world. They are known for their distinctive brown color, which ranges from light brown to dark brown, and their large size, with mature cows weighing around 1,500 to 1,800 pounds. Brown Swiss are known for their excellent milk production, with high butterfat and protein content, making them prized for their milk quality and ability to produce high-quality cheese. They are also known for their strong bones and feet, good fertility, and calm temperament, which makes them well-suited for dairy farming. Brown Swiss are often used for both milk and beef production, and are popular among dairy farmers for their efficiency and productivity in milk production.

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