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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%DETAILS%. Answer . The Chicago Guernsey Farm was located on Garfield Road in Hinsdale, IL. My father worked there as a dairy man in the mid-twenties and it went out of existence in the sixties. They had their own herd of guernsey cows and milked them twice daily. Interestingly, during the Secon…d World War, they deliverd the milk on the close-in routes by horse and wagon to save gasoline and tires (which were rationed) for the further routes. (MORE)
St Peter Port . The capital of Guernsey is St Peter Port which is on the east side of the island, facing the island of Herm.
British and Irish citizens do not need a passport to move between the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey, Jersey and Alderney, although some form of ID is reccomended.
The patron saint of Guernsey is Saint Sampson. His feast day isJuly 28. Saint Sampson lived in Wales during the fifth century.
The Isle of Guernsey is in the southern English Channel, and it appears to be closer to France than to Great Britain.
location It is located in the channel islands, south in between England and France, here is a picture http://ci.statestreet.com/en/imagesmap.gif History Hard to answer this, a lot has happened so someone else can answer this.
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 also the name given to a traditional knitted sweater, first given to fishermen over 400 years ago. It is still produced today …and is known for its durability and resistance to wear by the sea. (MORE)
NO you can`t use Guernsey money in England...which is ridiculous as the currency is the same value & you can spend English money in Guernsey. But shops here will not accept guernsey notes as legal tender
Guernsey is a super place to stay all the shops are good rates and the houses are lovely.. however due to the amount of people buying holiday homes here you have to buy open market what can cost in the millions
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 itsfull title) is the responsibility of the United Kingdom. However,Guernsey is not itself a part of the United Kingdom. It lies withint…he Common Travel Area of the British Isles but, unlike the UnitedKingdom and Ireland, Guernsey is not a member of the European Union(EU). Nevertheless it has a special relationship with the EU, beingtreated as part of the Union for the purposes of the free market ingoods. (MORE)
No, but there are groups with which you can practice. Google 'Buddhism Guernsey' and you will find one of them, a Soka Gakkai / Nichiren group. There is also a Zen group which meets less often at the moment. This is advertised in the 'community diary' of the Globe, a local free newspaper.
There isn't one. The states ( or Bailiwick) of Guernsey is a British Crown Dependency. It has its own parliament called The States of Deliberation. The Presiding Officer is. Geoffrey Robert ROWLAND
Technically Guernsey belongs to the English Crown. In practice it is largely self-governing, though its laws require to be approved by the Privy Council. Its foreign affairs used to be conducted through the Home Office (which originated as the secretariat of the Crown). While a different UK governme…nt department is now involved, increasingly Guernsey is expected to handle its own foreign affairs. Are you wondering how Guernsey, together with the other Channel Islands just off the Normandy coast, came to be a possession of the English Crown? In 1066 the Duke of Normandy invaded England and thus the Duke became King of England as well. In 1204 the French conquered Normandy. The terms of the Norman surrender did not include the Channel Islands whose people were aware that their Duke, now King John of England, would allow them to continue in their Norman way of life. So they voluntarily adhered to their Duke who regarded them as separate and distinct from England, paying no tax to the Crown. The French were not happy with the arrangement and several times over the years had to be forcibly repelled. They did however retain Chausey a small island to the south of Jersey. As recently as the !950s the French laid claim to two groups of rocky islets to the north and south of Jersey. An international court decided against them. (MORE)
Guernsey is a British Crown Dependency and is a small island with a population of about 65,000 situated in the English Channel between England and France.
The island of Guernsey covers an area of approximately 30 square miles. See the related link for more info.
my friend i think guernsey is best ,and it really matters to me because i live there and guernsey is friendlier and better but i have to admit that jersey has better food because of all the fast food restuants e.g. McDonalds & Pizza Hut. ;)
The Bailiwick of Guernsey currency (GGY) is pegged at par with the British Pound Sterling (GBP) and the Guernsey decimal coinage is near identical in dimensions, composition and history to the equivalent British coins. Guernsey currency is "legal tender" only in Guernsey, but may be regarded as "acc…eptable tender" in Britain. (MORE)
No, Guernseys are a dairy breed, they are not developed to produce alot of meat. When they are unable to produce milk, they are usually sent for hamburger, as normal cuts of meat would be very tough and scarce.
No one travelling to Guernsey from the UK needs a passport. However, because of increased security recently, air passengers must provide photo ID and a passport is probably the easiest way to do this.
No. Guernsey and Jersey are British Crown Dependencies which means that they are self-governing but the UK is responsible for their defance. They are also not part of the EU. However, the Channel Islands, of which they are both part of, have close ties with Britain and their citizens are sent to the… UK if they need specialist hospital treatment. (MORE)
Guernsey is one of the Channel Islands, which were the only parts of British soil to be occupied by the Germans in WWII. They built many bunkers, observation towers and tunnels (if you get a chance to visit, do go to the 'German Military Underground Hospital'). St Saviour's Tunnel is a tunnel net…work underneath the parish Church of St Saviour's. It was used as a munitions store because the Germans thought that the English would not bomb a church. Unfortunately, I believe that it is not open to the public. (MORE)
There is no "official" demonym for someone from Guernsey. The accepted slang term is a "Donkey".
It's likely that they will visit Guernsey at some point but they currently don't have any plans to go there.
Yes, it is the second largest inhabited of the Channel Islands which also include Jersey, Alderney, Sark and Herm and the minor inhabited islands of Jethou, Brechou and Lihou.
The Guernsey, according to the Rare Breeds directory, is a breed that is on the Watch list in the USA, along with the Ayrshire. In other words, the breed is not common in the USA.
Guernsey and Jersey both use the pound sterling (Â£) (GBP). However, they are both able to issue their own coins and bank notes in the above currency.
i think there is but im not sure i dont have any contacts or anything try looking in the phone book any help email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or if u have any info email me as well because i do parkour and ill look TO do gym
In 2008 Chris Judd and Gary Ablett Jnr both donated their hair to create the AFL guernseys we see today. It was extremely generous.
When a team is playing an 'away' game, if their regular home guernsey has colours or a design that clashes with the guernsey of the 'home' team, the away team needs to wear a guernsey of alternate colours or a distinctly different design. This is called the 'clash guernsey'.
"Guern" is pronounced in the same way as to guern or screw your face up. "sey" is pronounced "sea" or "C". g'urn'sea
Guernsey was one of the channel islands that are possessions of theBritish Crown, was invaded on 30th June 1940 by a single Germanreconnaissance pilot to whom the island surrendered. The British government decided that the Channel Islands could notbe defended and were of no strategic importance. Th…e German armytook possession of the islands between 30th June and 4th July andretained possession until 9th May 1945. The Channel Islands were the only British territories to be held byGerman forces during the war. (MORE)
No. You've got this confused with the Jersey, which is the breed that produces milk with the most butterfat.
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A red yoke that at the bottom has the shape of the Sydney Opera House roof.
It gives more milk than what it would normally produce for its calf. That's what constitutes a cow for being a dairy cow.
No, Guernsey and Jersey are two 'channel' islands that are located off the coast of England in the English channel. London is the capital of Great Britain.
Guernsey is neither a separate Member State nor an Associate Member of the European Union.
are we covered in Guernsey for medical under the agreement with the UK and Channel islands if we visit Guernsey on Holiday.
The gestation period of a Guernsey cow can be expected to be around 275 to 285 days long.
Guernsey is a British Overseas Dependency - along with the rest of the Channel Islands.
The island of Guernsey is located 71 miles south of Weymouth and 31 miles west of Normandy in France. It has a coastline of 31 miles and a total area of 24.5 square miles.
There are many places where one can find a car to hire in Guernsey. One can find a car to hire in Guernsey at popular places such as Economy and easyCar.
Guernsey is a dairy cow breed and a thick fisherman's sweater, bothoriginating from the British Channel Islands.
Virginia Guernsey Huidekoper was born on January 11, 1922, in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
The address of the Guernsey Branch Library is: 108 S. Wyoming Ave., Guernsey, 82214 0607
Although Guernsey is not part of the United Kingdom (it is aBritish Crown dependency), it is included with the UK in telephonecountry code +44. Landlines in Guernsey use area code 01481 (or +44 1481 ininternational format); mobile phones from Guernsey use area codes07781, 07839, and 07911 (+44 7781,… +44 7839, and +44 7911,respectively). (MORE)
Lee Guernsey has written: 'Land use changes caused by a quarter century of strip coal mining in Indiana' 'The reclamation of strip mined lands in western Kentucky'
Julia Guernsey has written: 'Sculpture and social dynamics in preclassic Mesoamerica' -- subject(s): Olmec sculpture, Maya sculpture, Indian sculpture, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Archaeology
Egbert Guernsey has written: 'History of the United States of America, designed for schools' -- subject(s): History 'History of the United States of America, designed for schools' -- subject(s): History
Its defence is the responsibility of the United Kingdom. However,it is not actually part of the UK - but a possession of the Britishcrown. Although it is not part of the European Union - it istreated as a member for the purposes of international trade.