Kerry cows are one of the most rare cattle breeds in Canada. In their native Ireland, Kerry have enjoyed somewhat of a resurgence over the past few years. However, they are still considered to be internationally rare.
Kerry are suited to homestead type farming and ideally can be used in a small scale dairy (if only more provinces would allow such dairies!). They are one of the oldest dairy breeds and intended to be used as such.
If you ever fancy a trip (well a long trip to Ireland!) for some ice cream made purely using Kerry milk products: murphysicecream.ie/index/html
The basics of the breed: thecattlesite.com/breeds/dairy/34/kerry
The Kerry Cattle Co-operative: facebook.com/groups/8997040052189