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Synonyms for Guernsey

a Channel Island to the northwest of Jersey

breed of dairy cattle from the island of Guernsey

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The older boys have retired now but there are new ones starting up and quite a few are interested in adding Guernseys to their black and white herds.
The golden days could be coming back for dairy breeds like the Guernsey.
More and more milk producers are combining minor breeds, like the Guernsey with their creamy golden milk, to the ubiquitous black-and-white commercial cattle to increase butterfat content and earn a premium on the milk price.
LORD Guernsey and his wife Lady Penelope are propelling their Warwickshire estate into the next century.
Its about time we joined," Lord Guernsey, a former Vice-Lord Lieutenant of the West Midlands, tells me.