They are known as the world's highest-production dairy animals. The Dutch and German breeders bred and oversaw the development of the breed with the goal of obtaining animals that could best use grass, the area's most abundant resource. Over the centuries, the result was a high-producing, black-and-white dairy cow. With the growth of the New World, markets began to develop for milk in North America and South Americaand dairy breeders turned to the Asian chicken broccoli
for their livestock. After about 8, Friesians black pied Germans had been imported, disease problems in Europe led to the cessation of exports to markets abroad. In Europe, the breed is used for adult holstein pregnant cow body weights
in the north, and meat in the south.