Kerry Cattle are an Irish dairy breed believed to be one of the oldest
breeds in Europe. The Kerry has the distinction of being the first breed
developed primarily as a milk producer.
The Kerry is adaptable and hardy, of manageable size (350-450kg),
calves easily and has a long and productive life.
In appearance they are black, of fine dairy type with white horns
tipped black, though many herds are now dehorned.