THE KERRY COW, KILLARNEY NATIONAL PARK.
(Acrylic painting) Kerry cattle (Irish: BÃ³ ChiarraÃ or BuinÃn) are a rare breed of dairy cattle, native to Ireland. They are believed to be one of the oldest breeds in Europe. Their coat is almost entirely black, with a little white on the udder. The horns are whitish with dark tips. Cows weigh about 350â€“400 kg and produce 3000â€“3700 kg of milk per lactation.