Welcome to the World Jersey Cattle Bureau
1. Invitation to Jersey Judging at Cremona Show
2. Reasons to encourage you to visit the WJCB Bureau meeting in the UK in 2016
a. Record breaking sale price
b. 100 Tonne Life time yield
c. A comparison of Jersey performance with other breeds
Promotional TV Programs from Colombia
Jerseys more profitable in US
2016 Annual Meeting & Regional Conference
see links below
Our gratitude goes to Jenny Frigot who compiled the log below during the 2015 WJCB tour through Europe. It will provide a reminder for those who attended and a taster for those considering joining the 2016 programme - when we look forward to greeting you.
World Jersey Cattle Bureau Annual Meeting & Tour 2015, to Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands and Denmark
The Koers Family farm Friesland, The Netherlands
Jan Dirk van der Voort of Remeker cheese explains the benefits of horned Jerseys
Show Jerseys & icecream of Martin & Corinne Zemp, Switzerland
Jerseys and fruit growing of Patrik Unternaher, Switzerland
Thomas & Elke Scholz organic farm at 800m above sea level
Michael Molter involved everyone in an informal Classification discussion at Schoebendorf, near Berlin
Espe-Holm 400 Jersey herd in Denmark, home of DJ Holmer
Hoard's Dairyman's Top 5 Blogs of 2014
'Brown is the Colour of Money'
Read the review Review of the Dairy Queen
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"The Versatile Jersey", an article by Bureau President Derrick Frigot
Communication - providing a communication forum that enables members, cattle breeders and all those with an interest in the Jersey breed access to the global Jersey community and an information resource that transcends geographical zones.
World Events - establishing and developing global events that serve to promote the qualities of the Jersey breed including the WJCB International Conferences and World Jersey Cheese Awards.
Youth - hosting a suite of youth travel programmes that enable young people to develop their careers at various stages.
Knowledge transfer - seeking opportunities in countries where the breed is embryonic or has limited resources.
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