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Bibliography - Jersey Cattle - Worldwide (2)

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Australasian

Aitkens, Norman Geo.  "The Originals". The Earliest Jersey Cattle In New Zealand. Their History and Environment. Typescript 2002. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=nyheder&id=1050

Allport, Curzona Frances Louise, 1860-1949 Jerseys. Harpenden  [picture].[1902?]   1 drawing : crayon on paper ; 39 x 26 cm. [State Library Tasmania]

Armstrong K.H and H.D.B. Cox Jerseys in Australia. [Eric J. Boston, 1954]

Australasian Jersey Herd Society Jersey stud book [Vol. 2] (1908)-v. 22 (1935)
Introduction to the Australasian Jersey Herd Book - Volume 1 published in 1901 written by Mr M.HAUTRIVE - Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, Jersey Cattle Society.
At the Sydney show of 1899 I spoke to several Jersey Cattle breeders about farming a Society for the purpose of advancing our interests and all replied that they were willing so support such a movement.
I sent out notices and placarded the show ground with large notices to the effect that a meeting would be held in Sydney at the Hotel Arcadia on 31st March 1899 at 8 pm.  The result was that a grand total of five was all that our first meeting numbered.  Subsequent meetings proved still more disastrous.  I have seen myself with an audience of one.  However, I did not give in and was ultimately rewarded.  I decided to embrace all States in my efforts.  I went to Melbourne in August 1899 and interviewed many breeders who received with pleasure the news that I wanted to form a Society.  Meetings were held.  I returned to Sydney.  I wrote out the rules as they are printed today in one afternoon and had the pleasure of seeing them passed without alteration.
At present the members list is still very small but the names will show that the Society has the support of some of the wealthiest and influential and leading men in Australia.  With so few members (40 were listed) it is a matter of congratulation that our first volume of the Herd Book contains so many entries. If those in whose interest I have undertaken this work will kindly remember that there is a good deal of it, that I do it for the love of our beautiful breed, and that I do it without fee or reward, they will, I hope, respond by prompt attention to communications sent them.  I had to send very many notices to gather the three hundred odd entries in this volume containing 84 bulls, 15 of them imported and 241 cows including 17 imported.
The contents of all the printed matter in Volume 1 in its original hand writing by Mr Hautrive is contained in a book still held in the Melbourne office of the Australian Jersey Breeders Society. Very clearly written in ink, the 40 original members are listed along with Earl Hopetown, Governor General as Patron.  The first President was Lieut.-Col. F.A. WRIGHT, M.P of Ryde NSW.  Vice President was G.T. CHIRNSIDE ESQ., Werribee, VIC.  Honorary Secretary and Treasurer:  M. HAUTRIVE, ESQ., J.P., Pitt St. Sydney.

Australasian Jersey Herd Society Official test records Melbourne : The Society, 1913/24-1945.

Australian Jersey Herd Society Jersey stud book Vol. 23 (1936)-v. 54 (1967)

Australian Jerseys celebrating 100 Years. 1899-1999.[The Australian Jersey Journal, March 1999]

Australian Jersey Herd Society. Australian Jersey journal Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1969)
The first journal, edited by Graeme Varrener, was published on 30 September 1969, the 70th year of the society itself. It was the brainchild of the Committee of the then State Branch of the Australian Jersey Breeders`Society. Two members of the committee were Charlie Gay (Elm Grove Jerseys, Yarram, VIctoria) and Reg Broad (Bendigo, Victoria), the latter known for five years as "Uncle Reg" through a monthly column for young farmers in the journal.
Before the journal was introduced, information had been circulated to farmers through the monthly National Livestock Bulletin, established i 1925 and covering all dairy breeds i Anstralia.

Australian Jersey Herd Society Official lactation test records 1933 -

Australian Jersey Herd Society Rules and constitution of the Australian Jersey Herd Society, Federal Council, as amended and adopted 15th Sept., 1965.Further amendments adopted 4th April, 1966, and incorporated herein. North Melbourne, [1966]

Australian Jersey Herd Society. New South Wales Branch  Jersey jubilee : [pub. to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Australian Jersey Herd Society] [1957?]

Australian Jersey Herd Society (N.S.W. Branch): The Jersey: the world's greatest dairy cow. [Sydney, s.n., 195-?]

Australian Jersey Herd Society. New South Wales Branch. Catalogue of stud dairy cattle, registered, to be sold at auction by the ... society. Sydney, 1920.

Australian Jersey Herd Society (New South Wales). Jersey stud book Sydney : The Society, 1966-[1972?]

Australian Jersey Herd Society. New South Wales Branch. OFFICIAL LACTATION TEST RECORDS. Sydney 1912-1947.

Australian Jersey Herd Society, South Australian Branch. Official lactation test records. From 1923/1936 issued by: Australian Jersey Herd Society, South Australian Branch.

AUSTRALIAN JERSEY HERD SOCIETY - SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. OFFICIAL LACTATION TEST RECORDS.Adelaide 1923-1933.

Australasian Jersey Herd Society Victorian Branch Official test records Melbourne : The Society, 1913/24-1945

Backhouse James: A Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies. 1843. [Peter Murdoch ,Broad Marsh, Tasmania, Fine dairy farm, Alderney cows 1834]

Barr B.A. Some Notes on the History of the Jersey Breed. The Breed´s Early History in Victoria, Live Stock Bulletin, Thursday, October 1, 1931 http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=891
 Records of the early importation of Jerseys to Victoria are not available in an informative manner. The first record refers to the importation in 1854 of a Jersey cow selected for Mr. T.J. Sumner, by Mr. J.F. Boodle, who returned to England, and in 1854 brought out on the "Eagle" a shipment of Shorthorn cattle, draught horses and an Alderney cow, which passed to Mr. T.J. Sumner. The next record refers to the arrival in Melbourne in 1868 of seven females and a bull from the herd of Philip Dauncey, Horwood, England, but particulars of the names and breeding are not known.
Although the name of the importer is not recorded, there is some evidence to connect these with the herd of Edward Wilson, Esq.
Until 1888, Jerseys were imported into Victoria, chiefly as ship cows, which means that selected Jersey cows were placed aboard the ship before leaving England for the express purpose of supplying fresh milk to privileged passengers during the voyage to australia. On arrival at the port of disembarkation they were landed and purchased as special family cows. By these methods, the Hon T.J. Sumner, who had large interests in Sumner, Grice & Co., importers and shipping agents, founded the family of Sumner Jerseys, from which has descended many high producing families."

Bassett, Marnie: The Hentys:  Oxford University Press, 1954.[ p. 53 has the Henty brothers (Edward, Charles, James) at sea on the ship "Caroline", heading first for Brazil. They left Sussex in June 1829.
James Henty, in a letter to his father Thomas Henty back home in Sussex, writes: "All our stock are alive and well except the black greyhound I expect was kicked off the forecastle by the boatswain. Merino and Canopy are both doing well, we have taken about 8 inches from each of the cows stalls adjoining which are quite large enough for the small Alderneys and makes it much more comfortable for the horses...". The letter is dated June 18, 1829. That particular entry is dated July 2.]

Belgonia Jersey Stud. Belgonia Jerseys. : Tongala, Vic. : The Stud. Description based on: 3rd Nov. 1960

Bennett K.A. Pedigree Dairy Cattle Breeding. WJCB 1965.

Bennett & Fisher. [Sale catalogue] Catalogue of outstanding sale of registered jerseys ... Yantaringa Jersey Stud, Mount Barker. 13 Jan. 1950. S. Aust.

Booth, W.H.: "Dry Monopole" (Imp.) and "Monopoly" (imp.)- Written by W.H. Booth in 1942. The Jersey Review. Dec. 1988 [New Zealand]

Booth, W.H. Some old Jersey Cows and some old Jersey Breeders. The Jersey Review. Dec. 1988 [New Zealand]
 This reference puts on record a few of the oldest breeders names, T.S. Morrin  , McCosh Clark of Auckland, Cornelius Day of Tamahere, Waikato, F. Luard Wright of Drury, H.P. Hill of Christchurch, and the Revd Bluett of the same place. It is the intention of the writer to cast his memory back to the far north and work southwards. There were two impressive cows in Whangarei owned by J. Forsyth. Lady Flora was Champion at Auckland and her daughter Lady Flora 2nd was not far behind her for quality. Lady Flora was bred by C. Day.

Campbell Professor I. The Role of the Jersey in New Zealand. WJCB 1965

Carson J.A. Importance of Dairy Conformation and the Relative Production of Pedigree and Grade Cows in New Zealand. WJCB 1968

Carson J.A. Factors Effecting the Economics of Dairying with Jersey Cattle in New Zealand. WJCB 1972

Chau, Hon Kau. Measurement of dry matter intake of dry jersey cows on hay and silage alone and in combination : thesis submitted ... for the Animal Husbandry section of the M. Agr. Sc. examination. 1948.

Chirnside, George T. Butter strain of Jerseys bred by George T. Chirnside. [Werribee, Vic.? : G.T. Chirnside?, 1900?]
Werribee Park
An inherent appreciation of superior stock and a desire to assist in increasing the productivity of the country are set down as the main reasons for the foundation of the late G.T. Chirnside`s stud at Werribee Park, Werribee, Victoria in 1895.
Mr. Chirnside was attracted to the Jersey by her dairy qualities and rich milk, but he also attached importance to the refined features typical of the superior animal.
Since the foundation of the Australian Jersey Herd Society the Werribee herd consisted only of registered cattle.
The registered herd was founded on imported blood and none other was ever kept in the herd. The first importation, in 1899, included the females Brighton Queen, Lotus Lily, Madeira 5th, Cherry, and Starbright 4th. Wyandotte`s Satisfaction, the last imported female arrived in 1912. Belteshazzar, Plinlimmon, Machico and Warden were among the first bulls; then followed Carnation`s Fox, Lord Twylish (Lord Twylish was later sold to H.B. Watson of New Zealand) Island Butterr King, Masterpiece (sold in 1926 for 400 guineas) and War Valour. The majority of imported cows were English bred, tracing back to Island stock, and Mrr. Chirnside placed great value upon these large bodied and robust cows.
All bulls since 1900 were Island bred and Mr. Chirnside attributed much of his success to what he termed "mating the Island bulls with the English cows". He had a penchant for particular families and required a strong infusion, even if remote, of Golden Lad blood in the bulls he imported. Opinions differ concerning the mostful sire in the stud. Some old breeders contend that Carnation`s Fox (imp) whose progeny were characterised by a golden fawn colour and high test, laid the foundation for greater progress. Masterpiece (imp) is popular credited with achieving remarkable success, and this view i supported by the keen demand even now for stock of Masterpiece breeding, but Mr. Chirnside`s personal opinion was that Island Butter King (imp) was the best sire ever in service at Werribee. Mr. Chirnside took a wide view of the influence of a sire becuase on one occasion the opinion was expressed that the improvement of the Jerseys followed soon after the importation of Lord Twylish, but his reply "you have left out the great cows with which he was mated". Of the females the most prominent families were the Madeiras, Starbrights and Satisfactions.
No breeder ever placed a higher value upon the dairy qualities of the Jersey cow than G.T: Chirnside, and although he did not test his cows officially he began keeping a test record of his stock many years before the introduction of the oofficial system. This private recording was continued until his death.
Outstanding producers from Werribee which found their way to other studs include Werribeee Princess Satisfaction, Fancy Madeira, Starbright 9th, Stella Princess, Mimi, Day Starbright, Island Clementine 2nd, and Island Fancy Mr. Chirnside`s name first appears in the list of successful exhibitors at Melbourne Rroyal Show, when in 1899 Plinlimmon (imp) won first prize in the two year old class from twenty four exhibits. He continued to exhibit with great success until 1914 when he retired from the show ring. Outstanding among his champions were the scow, Starbright 5th, champion on four occasions, and the bull Lord Twylish (imp), champion from 1908 to 1913.
Werribee stock have had a profound influence upon type and production. More Werribee bred bulls are entered in the Memorial Sire`s Honour Board of the Victorian Branch than those of any other breeding. For over 40 years the stud was the recognised fountain-head of the breed in Victoria, and even today the demand persists for stock carrying these bloodlines. This choice is not a mere whimsical desire for fashionably bred animals, but is due to the proven fact that the Werribee bred stock have displayed exceptional merit in upholding those type and production qualities which have gained so much favour for the Jersey. Breeding to Mr. Chirnside was a contribution to the industry as well as a hobby.
The best testimony to his work as a breeder and the high personal regard in which he was held by his fellow breeders was the demonstrative reception accorded to him at the reduction sale on December 6, 1926, when a cataloque of 46 animals brought 4120 guieneas, 32 females averaged 89 guineas; 10 exceeded 100 guineas; and 14 bulls, including claves, averaged 91 guineas.
The stud has been transferred in 1921 to Mooroolbark Park, Lilydale, where it was carried on until 1940 when, after the death of Mr. Chirnside, the final dispersal took place.
Among Mr. Chirnside`s personal attributes was a charitable disposition frequently expressed in the moderate prices he placed upon stock for private sale; a willingness to assist the young breeder, and his liberality to repatriated soldiers after the Great War.
He was a Vice President of the Society from its inception, and Patron of Victorian Branch from its formation until his death in May 1940.

Clark, Jason. The effects of high protein Jersey sires from New Zealand and North America on dairy farm profitability and implications for the New Zealand dairy industry [microform] : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Agricultural Science at Massey University 1992.

Clausen S.A. Mechanization and Punched Systems in Breed Society Administration. WJCB 1965

Clausen S.A. Solids-Not-Fat Payment Inequities and Problems. WJCB 1968

Collins, C.M.: Prepotent Jersey Sires. Special Edition of The Jersey Review. December 1970. [New Zealand].

Dawick George Jerseys in New Zealand. [Eric J. Boston: Jersey Cattle, 1954]

Dawick, George: Progress of the Breed in New Zealand. WJCB, 1954.

Dawick George Economy of Production of the Jersey in New Zealand, WJCB 1958

Ecka, Solomon Theophilus. Genetic changes in a New Zealand pedigree Jersey herd : being a thesis ... for the degree of M. Agri. Sc. 1952.

Eckermann Mark V. A Practical Man`s Approach to Stud Breeding. WJCB 1968.

Edenbann Jersey Herd : the property of Robert McCook, Edenbann, Enoggera, Brisbane,
1910, [Repr. from the Dairy Bulletin, June 1910] http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=1004

Elenko Jersey Stud. Annual sale / Elenko Jersey Stud.  [Kyabram, Vic.] : The Stud.  Description based on: 16th (14 Mar. 1972

Fahimuddin, Muhammad.  An analysis of the 1948 Jersey heifer registration data to provide information concerning some features of New Zealand pedigree Jersey cattle : a thesis ... for the degree of M. Agr. Sc. 1952.

Fawcett, E.J.: Butter Fat Production in New Zealand. Journal of Agriculture for New Zealand, april 1932.

Flux Dr. D.S. The Usefulness of Monozygoua Cattle Twins in Investigational Work. WJCB 1965

Francliff Jersey Stud .Francliff Jersey Stud sale, Sutton Grange, Victoria.  Sutton Grange, Vic. :  Description based on: Nov. 5, 1953;

Francliff Jersey Stud .Francliff invitation sale. Sutton Grange, Victoria. : [Franclliff Jersey Stud]  Description based on: 2nd (May 24, 1961

Francliff Jersey Stud .Annual sale / Francliff Jersey Stud, Sutton Grange, Victoria.  Sutton Grange, Vic. : The Stud, -1962.

Francliff Jersey Stud .Celebration sale / Francliff Jersey Stud, Sutton Grange, Victoria. : Sutton Grange, Vic. : The Stud, 1963.

Francliff Jersey Stud .Illusion sale / Francliff Jersey Stud, Sutton Grange, Victoria. Sutton Grange, Vic. : The Stud, 1964.

Francliff Jersey Stud .Francliff sale. Sutton Grange, Victoria. : Francliff Jersey Stud. Description based on: 19th (Nov. 3, 1965)

Ganbeer Jersey Stud.Annual heifer sale / Ganbeer Jersey Stud.  Waaia [Vic.] : The Stud. Description based on: 2nd May 1974;

Gorrie, Alfred  Commonwealth Standard Jersey herd Book. 2 Vol.1914-1916. A privately owned Jersey Herd Book.
In 1914 Mr. Alfred Gorrie caused a stir in the Australian Jersey world by publishing a privately owned Jersey Herd Book under the title of the Commonwealth Standard Jersey herd Book. It was an ambitious venture, more an Advanced Register than a Herd Book; all pedigrees were printed in extended form and Mr. Gorrie accepted for registration only those animals that conformed to a standard that he had laid down. The Council of the Australian society was very concerned at the apperance of this publication and Mr. Gorrie`s efforts to further it brought about a split in the Queensland Society. The second and last edition of the Commonwealth Standard Jersey herd Book  was published in 1916 but soon after that opposition to it was soo strongly manifested that Mr. Gorrie abandoned the Venture.

Guernsey Cattle Society of Australia Guernsey herd book of Australia. Volume 1 (1914)-

Guernsey Cattle Society of Australia Guernsey herd book of Australia. Vol.1-v.2,v.4-v.5,v.16-v.17 1914-1917,1921-1923,1951. [Sydney]

Guernsey Cattle Society of Australia Guernsey herd book of Australasia. Vol.9-v.15 1921-1945. [Sydney]

Guernsey Cattle Society of Australia Guernsey herd book of Australia. Vol.16-17 1951 [Sydney]

Hamilton, C. O. Coefficients of inbreeding and relationship among pedigree Jersey bulls used in artificial breeding or in natural mating in New Zealand : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Agricultural Science in the Victoria University of Wellington, Massey College 1962.

Hamilton, W.M.: The Dairy Industry in New Zealand (1944)

Hayman, R.H. : "The Development of the Australian Milking Zebu". [World Animal Review, No 11, 1974. FAO ]

Heathermere Jersey Stud (Mount Gambier, S. Aust.) Heathermere Jersey Stud (Mount Gambier, S. Aust.)  [Sale] 1st (1967) ; 1972. S. Aust.

Heazlewood, Ivan C.:  A History of Jersey Cattle in Tasmania. C. 1981. A typescript. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=988

Hutton J.B. Production Research and its Relation to Efficient Milk Production. WJCB. 1968

Jersey Cattle Society of Australasian The Australasian jersey herd book. Vol. 1, 1901

Jersey Cattle Society of  Queensland, The Jersey herd book of Queensland, Brisbane : Vol. 8 (1918) - v. 31 (1965)
 Jersey Cattle Society of Queensland  joined the Australian Jersey Herd Society in 1972.

Jersey Cattle Society of Queensland. The Jersey breed : its origin, development, expansion and the characteristics peculiar to the breed, Brisbane, 1934,

Jersey History in Australia, compiled in the 1990s [Australian Jerseys Celebrating 100 Years]
A typescript

Jersey New Zealand. Jersey New Zealand Celebrating 100 Years 1902-2002. Souvenir Edition of the Jersey Review - March 2002.

Jersey New Zealand - The Second 50 Years - 26/07/2002 (From the Internet) http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=1000 

Jersey stud book of Australasia. 1908-

Jhala, Girish Manilal.  The influence of importations on the New Zealand pedigree Jersey         breed and the level of inbreeding, 1895-1950 : a thesis presented ... for the degree of M. Agr. Sc.
1952.

Keam, P The Victorian jersey by P.E.Keam Publisher: Launceston 1924

King´s Vale. Centenary Sale of "King´s Vale" and "King´s View" Jerseys, Thursday, 6th March,
1986. It doesn`t take much milking of the history books to find the Anderson family of Gippsland is legendary in dairy circles. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=892
The family will consolidate the legend this year when its Jersey stud, first established in 1886, celebrates exhibiting at the Royal Melbourne Show 100 years on.
The stud`s story includes connections with governors , cows shipped from British Islands and five generations later, Andersons still breeding and milking cows under the original stud prefix Kings Vale.
The innovator was John Anderson. He set sail from famineridden Ireland on board the James T. Ford with his newly married wife Margaret, arriving in Australia on May 2, 1851.
It is said the James T`s final stopover was Alderney, a British owned island off the French coast, where the ship`s four-legged milk suppliers were collected.
Winsome Anderson, the family historian and wife of John`s now deceased great grandson, Bert, said the cows were to form the origins of Australia`s current Jersey herd.
"Hear say says that John also supplied milk and butter to the governor and we still have the Crown stamp they used on the butter," said Winsome.
"We think that`s where the King`s part of the King`s Vale stud came from."

Macarthur & Macleod. Catalogue of Mornmoot jersey's : the property of Russell M.Russell M. Chirnside at Whittlesea on Monday, 12th August, 1940 at 12.30 p.m. sharp / Melbourne 1940

Maffra : The Co-operative. Sire directory : Friesian, Jersey, international bulls/Maffra Herd Improvement Co-operative.Description based on: 1997/98; title from cover.

Maynard R.S. Australian Dairyman`s Handbook. Angus & Robertson Ltd. 1931

Maynard, R.S.  The Jersey in Australia,  published by The Australian Jersey Herd Society,
Endeavour House, Macquarie Place, Sydney, 1941.
"Maynards history is a draft copy. I suspect that it may never have been properly published". Ivan C. Heazlewood 1998. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=994

Meadows, Graham: Jersey. [The New Zealand guide to cattle breeds].

Mount Compass Jersey Cattle Club.  Mount Compass Jersey Cattle Club : SUMMARY RECORD. 1966-1981.
1966 saw the formation of the Mt. Compass Cattle Club thought to be the first of its kind. Although there were many Cattle Clubs with membership drawn only from registered cattle breeders this new Club aimed to have a membership of all dairy farmers whether breeders of stud or grade Jerseys. This club is still active, supporting shows and field days, sponsoring heifer competitions, organising social occasions and doing much to assist the State Committee in staging the Select sale.

Mullinger Jersey Stud reduction sale, Wednesday 27th March 1957 at 1 pm sharp.Melbourne : New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency: Goldsbrough, Mort & Co.1957.

Navua Stud Farm : Grose Wold, Richmond, New South Wales.  [193-?]. 40 p.
The year 1929 saw the establishment of a Jersey herd at Navua Stud farm at North Richmond with the importation of the bull Bravo`s Lad and six cows. .......Archibald Howie was a successful city businessman and a member of the N.S:W. Legislative Council before he as Governing Director established Navua Stud Farm specialising in the breeding of Jersey cattle and Berkshire pigs. He became Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney and in 1936 brought his vast administrative ability to the Australian Jersey Herd society when he became President of the New South Wales branch. He was knighted in 1938 and became President of Federal Council in 1941. Due to advancing age and declining health he retired at the end of 1943.

Nejati-Javaremi, Ardeshir. Genetic evaluation of Holstein-Friesian and Jersey sires using records from pure- and cross-bred progeny in New Zealand [microform] : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Agricultural Science in animal science at Massey University  1991.

New South Wales Jersey Herd Society Jersey stud book 1982-1983.

NSW Jersey Herd Society Stud book 1990/1991-

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders` Association. The Herd Book of the New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders Association. The first volume was published in 1903;  VOl. XXXI, in 1934.
The first volume of the New Zealand stud book, issued in 1886, contained particulars of eleven pedigree Jersey bulls.

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association  Advanced register of merit and government official herd testing record. 1924-1951/52.

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders'  Association,  Jersey production, merit and classification register. Palmerston North [N.Z.] :  1924-1951/52;  v. 3(1962)   v. 5(1964)-v. 8(1967)
v. 12(1971)

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders` Association. Jerseys in New Zealand. The Story of Her Wonderful Productivity .. Palmerston North. 1925

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association, The Jersey in New Zealand : a treatise covering the history of the breed in the Dominion and the reasons for its meteoric rise. Palmerston North, N.Z. :  1932. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=878

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association. The Jersey : Symbol of New Zealand
Dairying Economy.Palmerston North 1949. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=999

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders´Association (Inc.): Golden Jubilee Souvenir Record
1902-1952. Part 1. Recording the foundation, growth and organisation of the New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders´Association. Part 2 An illustrated record of the Golden Jubilee Jersey Show, held at Hamilton 11th and 12th January 1952. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=998

New Zealand Jersey Cattle Breeders´Association Jersey review.  v. 1(1954)-

New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency. Melbourne  Catalogue of Mornmoot Jersey stud, on account N.H Branch the property at Whittlesea, Victoria (30 miles north of Melbourne ..this catalogue is compiled, produced, and designed by New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd.]Melbourne : The Agency, 1949.

Nuttall, George Thomas: The Jersey breed : history of its development and progress in
Queensland Brisbane, 1938. 877 p. : ill.

Oakbank Jersey Stud (Oakbank, S. Aust.Complete dispersal sale Oakbank Jersey Stud, Thursday, 24th October, 1974 at 10.00 a.m. sharp on the property Oakbank, South Australia ... / vendors, R.M. & M.H. Robertson, auctioneers, Dalgety Australia Limited. [Adelaide : Dalgety Australia, 1974]

O'CALLAGHAN, M.A. Dairying in Australasia. Farm amd Factory. Syd. A&R. 1912. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=1005

Paisley Jersey Stud third production sale, Monday August 9, 1971, at 12:30 pm. [Melbourne : Gippsland & Northern Co. Ltd.], 1971.

Parsonson ,Dr Ian : The Australian ark : a history of domesticated animals in Australia. Collingwood, Vic. : CSIRO Publishing, 1998.

Pearson Dr. H.R. Milk and Medecine. WJCB 1965

Peel, Lynette J.: Rural Industry in the Port Phillip Region 1835-1880. Melbourne University Press, 1974. [(p. 120) Another property renowned during the sixties was Arundel, which was a showpiece running a variety of well-bred stock ranging from Alderney cattle and Lincoln sheep to asses, mules and Chinchilla rabbits. At the sale of the property in 1868 one Alderney cow sold for 34 and the first sixteen brought a total of 240 or an average of 15 each.]

Peterson S W & Co. Successful Dairy Farming in Australia and New Zealand. Wellington 1928. Picture of head of Jersey on the front cover.

Phua Sin H. Origins of New Zealand Jersey population. AgResearch Molecular Biology Unit Department of Biochemistry University of Otago. June 2000.
I analysed the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) from 17 New Zealand Jersey cattle and found that 7 of the Jersey animals contain mtDNA of Bos indicus origin.  Of the remaining 10 taurine Jerseys, 6 belong to African taurine type and 4 are of European taurine type as they should be. [Email from Sin H. Phua 15 June 2000]

Porter F.: The Jersey Breed in Queensland.  1968. WJCB http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=1001

Queensland Dairy Herd Book Society The Queensland dairy herd book. Containing pedigrees and illustrations of Jersey Ayrshire, Guernsey and Holstein bulls and cows; butter record and illustrations of the Illawarra breed of dairy cattle. Brisbane. Vol. 1 (1900) - v. 3 (1907)
Alfred Gorrie of Brisbane was organising the Queensland Dairy Herd Book society with the object of establishing a stud book for the registration of all breeds of dairy cattle. The first council of this Society consisted of Hon. A.J. Thynne, M.L.C., President and Messrs J.A.W. Kibble, John Stewart, C.F. Siemon, Isaac Mayne, William Thorne and Alfred Gorrie.
The Jersey section of the first volume of this Queensland book, which was published in 1900, records the pedigrees of 34 bulls and 69 cows. The second volume was published in 1904 by which time Messrs A.H. McShane , W.R. Robinson and D.C. Pryce had been added to the committee. This contained the pedigrees of 36 males and 89 females. The last volume to be published by the Society was issued in 1907. It recorded the pedigree of 48 males and 126 females.

Queensland Jersey Cattle Society The Queensland herd book of Jersey Cattle   : A. Gorrie for the Queensland Jersey Cattle Society   v. : ill. ; 23 cm  From v.6 (1912) published for the Jersey Cattle Society of Queensland Vol. 4 (1907) - v. 7 (1914)

Royal Show Jersey sales  Royal Agricultural Showgrounds, Flemington , Monday 27th September 1954, at 9.30 a.m. sharp / auctioneers, : Gippsland & Northern Co-operative Co. Ltd., ... [and] New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Limited.[Melbourne] 1954

Scott Ian W. Production Recording in Australia. WJCB 1958

Shannon, P. Advances in Semen Dilution. WJCB 1968

Sims Frank O. Are You Creating the Right Image. WJCB 1965.

Small, Vicky: Kameruka Estates. 1989.118 p. : ill.,   Kameruka Jersey Stud at Bega on the south coast of NSW  was established by Robert Lucas Tooth in 1880. The much diversified Kameruka Estate survives today as the oldest Jersey stud in Australia and one of the most innovative dairying enterprises in the country.

Somerset Downs Jersey Stud. Somerset Downs Jersey Stud quality jersey sale Friday, April 28th, 1989 on the Boorcan Stud Farm ...  Colac, Vic. : J.G. Johnstone & Co., 1989.

St. Magnus Jersey Stud (Mount Pleasant, S. Aust.) St. Magnus reduction sale : at St. Magnus, Mt. Pleasant, S.A. on Friday, 10th October, 1952 at 1 p.m. / proprietor, Kym Bonython, auctioneers, Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Limited. [Adelaide : The Company, 1952]

Stichbury J.W. Sire Survey and Herd Improvement in New Zealand. WJCB 1965

Stichbury, J.W.: Dairy Farming in New Zealand and the Jersey`s Role in New Zealand`s Dairy Economy. WJCB, 1968.

Stonehenge Jersey Stud (Framlingham, Vic.)Sale / Stonehenge Jersey Stud.  [Framlingham, Vic. : A.E. & J.A. Sawyer]Description based on: 24th (1st Mar. 1988)

The Jersey in New Zealand. Special Edition of The Jersey Review. December 1970. [New Zealand].

Victorian Artificial Breeders Co-Operative Society. Jersey sires / VAB Genetics.1988/89.

Warwick Jersey Stud. Annual sale / Warwick Jersey Stud. Katandra West [Vic.] : The Stud. Description based on: Oct. 4, 1966

William Padbury and his Jersey cattle. [J.S. Battye´s Cyclopedia of Western Australia, 1912-13.]
The name of William Padbury, whose Garden Hill stud was established at Guildford, Western Australia, a few miles from the City of Perth, in 1908 ranks amongst the foremost of both Western Australian and Commonwealth breeders of Jerseys.
Because of their beautiful appearance, their docility and productive capabilities, Jersey claimed the admiration of Mr. Padbury in 1908, when he purchased the imported cow Dairy Maid, togeter with the four year old Pretty Queen, and a two year old bull Optician from Dairy Maid. Padbury began breeding Jerseys as a diversion from his many commercial interests, not then realising that it would later become a business proposition.
In 1909 Mr Padbury, went to England, and contacted the then President of the Royal Jersey Herd Society of England, Mr. Miller-Hallett. At Mr. Halllet`s suggested Mr. Padbury visited the Channel Islands and inspected most of the Channel Islands herds. He was so impressed that he selected the bull Campanile`s Noble and six heifers of the Fondant and Lady Mint families, mated to independent sires.
The dairying industry in Western Australia was in its infancy, but Mr. Padbury saw that the time would come when this industry would be taken up in earnest.
With his imported stock and their progeny he supplied the foundation of most of the well known herds in Western Australia, and this consequently gave impetus to the dairying industry.
Mr. Padbury was a constant exhibitor at the Perth Royal Show and he was always to be found at country shows in Western Australia. He exhibited many times at the Sydney Royal Show, and once at the Melbourne Royal. The much coveted Governor`s cup offered annually at the Perth Royal for the most successful exhibitor in the Stud Stock Section was won by Mr. Padbury eight times in ten years and he was runner up in the other two years of that period. His cattle exhibits helped considerable in this meritorious performance.
In June, 1941, he sold his Garden Hill property, including his Jersey Herd, to live in retirement in the suburb of Perth, but still took a very active interest in the affairs of the Society, particularly the Western Australian Branch, of which he was President, an office he held for twenty-seven years. Mr. Padbury was the prime mower in forming the Western Australian Branch and was appointed an Honorary Life Member of the Society in 1936. http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=1003

Wilson, Edward ca. 1842-c.1846. Watercolour with ink and pencil (traces on paper) 11.3x17.7cm on page 16.5x22.9cm. Shows a man standing behind a fence next to a vegetable patch. He is feeding mangold or mangel wurzels to some Alderney cows. Edward Wilson migrated to Australia from England in 1842. [State Library of Victoria.]

Yuill, W.J.: The Jersey in Australia. WJCB, 1954.

Special Collections in Australasian

The Australian National Library
Kameruka Estate
"Preserving rural heritage - Keva Gocher The National Library is helping communities preserve their past through the National Community Heritage Grants scheme, with some 217 groups nationally sharing 160 thousand dollars to preserve records of significance. One of these groups is in southern New South Wales, and they've just been given the most extraordinary collection of documents. The leather bound, gold embossed handwritten ledgers fill 25 metres of shelving and cover a century of farm records, accounts, and letters the workings of an English-style estate that has a place in the nation's history. Kameruka Estate in the Bega Valley has been home to thousands of families. It had an international reputation in dairying and still houses Australia's oldest
jersey stud. It's 2 dairies now produce more than their 16 dairies did a
century ago. Frank Foster is the latest in the Tooth-Foster brewing family to run the Kameruka estate. He's given the nation the priceless estate records that paint a picture of a world very different from today. Frank Foster: Kameruka Estate, Bega".
Website 2002

State Library of Victoria, Australia

Cards for Cattle, Jersey from the Illustrations Index at the State Library of Victoria.
1. Jersey cattle shipped by Theo H Parker & Co to Mr H. O'Meara, Bangalow, Richmond River NSW.  The Australasian 25 May 1907 Page 1234
2 Mr Howe's (*) Jersey bull, a prizewinner in the Ballarat Show  Weekly Times  5 Dec 1903 Page
12  (* writing on card not clear here).
3. Champion Jersey    The Australasian 6 April 1907 Page 815
4. Mr G.T. Chirnside's imported Jersey bull - Carnation's Fox  The Leader 31 Aug 1907 Page 12
5. Champion Jersey Bull     Ill. Aust. News  1 Sep 1891
6. Mr James M'Culloch's imported Jersey cattle   Weekly Times 28 Jan 1899
7. Champion Jersey Cattle from Victorian herds Australasian 1 Sep 1894
8. The Barnholm Jerseys Angler's Boy (5780) and Claribelle (86)  The Leader Jan 21 1899
9 Notable group[ of Jerseys   Leader March 4, 1899
10. Group of Werribee Park butter Jerseys exhibited by Mr G.T. Chirnside (* I have omitted the
source and date for this one),
11. Famous Jersey Cow   Weekly Times Feb 1 1908
12. Champion Jersey Cow   Weekly Times Oct 10 1908
13. Typical Jersey Cow, The Jersey cow Sultane 24th, here shown, is the property of Lord
Rothschild, England    Weekly Times July 11 1908
14. Wonderful Jersey Cow; American record maker; Jersey Cow Jacoba Irene  Weekly Times
Sep 11 1909
15. The imported Jersey "Lord Twylish" owned by Mr R.G. Chirnside, of Werribee Park Weekly Times Sep 4 1909
16. Champion Jersey Cow  Weekly Times Jul 10 1909
17. 1 photograph of champion Jersey Cow, South Australia  The Leader Jan 11 1908 page 8
18. A famous milking Jersey. The Jersey cow "Doria" here shown is the property of Lady de
Rothschild  The Weekly Times 28 Mar 1908
19. A group of Jerseys on Mr G.T. Chirnside's Werribee Park Estate   Wekly Times 27 Sep 1913
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Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington. New Zealand

Photo files of the Pictorial Reference Service of the Alexander Turnbull Library:

636 Dairy Farming                  Neg no. G.29596½ Jersey calves
636 Dairy Farming                  Neg. no. 29595½ Child with jersey calf
636 Dairy Farming                  Neg. no.2408 MN7 [No neg.]
636 Dairy Farming                  Neg. no.8137 1/1 Jersey cows grazing [1914]
636 Dairy Farming                  Neg.no. 8136 1/1 Jersey cattle [1914]
636 Dairy Farming          Neg.no.8116 1/1 Jerseys at Piaman??? Park Stratford, Taranaki, [c.
1920]
636 Dairy Farming Bulls          Neg. no.141358 ½ Jersey Champion
636 Dairy Farming Cows         Neg.no.153084 ½ Jersey herd
636 Dairy Farming Cows         [No neg.] Reserve Champion
636 Dairy Farming Cows         Neg.no.29597 ½ Jersey cows and heifers
636 Dairy Farming Cows         Neg.no.23306 ½ and 10036 1/1 [c. 1920]
636 Dairy Farming Cows Jersey Neg.no.1847 MNZ½ [c. 1939]
636 Dairy Farming Cattle         Neg.no. 41231½ Jersey bull
636 Dairy Farming Cattle         Neg.no. 29594½ Jersey bull

India and Sri Lanka

Buvanendran V and P. Mahadevan. Crossbreeding for milk production in Sri Lanka [World Animal Revieww No. 15, 1975 FAO].

Felius Marleen: Hatton (Cape Cattle). [Cattle Breeds of the World. 1985]

Felius Marleen: Taylor Cattle. [Cattle Breeds of the World. 1985]
In 1856, Shorthorn, Jersey and Guernsey bulls were imported to Patna, in the eastern Indian state of Bihar, and crossed with the local zebu cattle. The resulting breed was called "Taylor" in honor of the British commissioner who initiated the breeding project.

Katpatal B.G. Dairy cattle crossbreeding in India. [World Animal Review. 1977 FAO]

Mason I.L. Maintaining crossbred populations of dairy cattle in the tropics  [World Animal Review nr.11. 1974 FAO]

Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 2 (1): 220-221, 1999 Productive and Reproductive Efficiency of Imported and Local Born Jersey Breed of Cattle in the Subtropical Environment of Pakistan.

Sinha B.N. Taylor Cows of Patna. (The Indian Veterinary Journal. 1951) http://jersey-dk.dk/index.php?page=jersey&id=895

Usmani, R. H.: Establishment of a nucleus Jersey herd for the improvement of non-descript cattle of barani areas in Pakistan / Rafiq H. Usmani, S. Karam Shah. Islamabad : Pakistan Agricultural Research Council, 1986.

Japan

Hayashi Kenroku: Jersey i Japan. [Jerseybladet july 1954]  [In Danish]

Tsuruta Shohei Outline of the Jersey Cattle Association of Japan and Dairy Farming and Jersey Cattle Breeding in Japan. WJCB 1965

 
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