My friend in central Virginia has a milk cow for sale. She is 1/2 Dexter and 1/2 Jersey. She is 2.5 years old, black and horned, and has a 4-6 month old heifer at her side.
She has been milked once, for a while, but didn't fit well with his other cows. She is the lowest one in the pecking order. He wants to find her a home where she can be by herself, with just her calf. Move her to the top of the pecking order, so to speak.
She's pretty gentle by nature, which is why she is so low in the pecking order. His herd cow is mean as a snake and gives her a lot of trouble. If he can't find this cow a home with just her and her calf, he at least wants to find her a place where she won't be abused like she is.
She should have lots of time left to be milked in this lactation. So soon after freshening, she should be able to pick up her milk production quickly and be fresh for months to come.
Her calf is by a Devon bull, making it 1/4 Dexter, 1/4 Jersey and 1/2 Devon. It should make a great beef calf.
He can't remember whether she has been tested for A2 milk, but all of his Dexters and Jerseys that preceeded her have been A2/A2. Unless some Devon sneaked in, she should be A2/A2.
She may be bred, but that can't be told, yet. If she is, it's to the same Devon bull that sired her present calf.
Here's the nice surprise: He is asking $750 for her and her calf. That is below beef price for her alone.
He doesn't do internet and asked me to make sale arrangements. My contact information is on the second page of my website: