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Golden Guernseys in the United Kingdom originally came from goats imported from the Channel Islands.

They are raised for milk but do not produce as much as the larger dairy breeds. Butterfat and protein levels are generally the same as most other breeds.

They are suitable for those without grazing, who do not have a very large plot of land, and who want to give their family wholesome milk, produced at home.

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