Braunvieh cows are a domestic cattle breed that originated in Switzerland. They have been reared in the Alpine region for many centuries. Braunvieh cattle normally have single-coloured brown or grey coats, beautifully intermingled with different shades, and a black muzzle ringed with lighter fur. Although they are very muscular, their appearance is refined and graceful.
Fun fact: Braunvieh cows produce milk that is rich in protein.
- Scientific name: Bos taurus
- Global home: Worldwide
- Conservation status: Least concern
- Primary habitat: Grassland
Dimensions: 5.12" x 1.5" x 3.07"