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What is a Guernsey?

The Guernsey is a breed of dairy cattle that originated from The Isle of Guernsey. They have a brown and white colouring and are said to be very good tempered. A Guernsey is a (MORE)

What country is Guernsey in?

Guernsey, a dependency (possession) of the British Crown, is not  "in" any country -- other than itself.    Defence of the Bailiwick of Guernsey (to give the territory (MORE)

How big is guernsey?

The island of Guernsey covers an area of approximately 30 square miles. See the related link for more info.
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Are guernseys yellow?

Not really. They're more of a brownish colour than yellow, however there are some individuals that will have a lighter tinge that make them appear to be yellow.
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Is Guernsey in Europe?

Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the Channel Islands. Yes. It is a small island off the northern coast of France, and is one of the C (MORE)
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Who does guernsey belong to?

Guernsey is a British Overseas Dependency - along with the rest of the Channel Islands.
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What does guernsey mean?

Guernsey is a dairy cow breed and a thick fisherman's sweater, both  originating from the British Channel Islands.
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