We went to look at a Jersey last night. She's currently producing approx 45# on 3 quarters. She's had some freezing of the other quarter and teat. Approx 3/4 of her teat is missing and when hooked up to the milker, leaks milk from that teat. She's currently in a commerical dairy but, once her production drops a little bit more, he'll be parting with her. My biggest question is on mastitis. Just where is the orifice of a milk cow located? For us she'll be a family milker and a pet. It is my understanding that she just leaks as she's being milked as she lets down. No problem with leaking all the time attracting flies, etc. We've milked a Jersey before and currently milk 4 goats....no problems with mastitis with any of those animals, etc. Thanks for any input you may have. He's offering her to us at a fair price - basically hamburger cow price or less. He had planned to retain her for her genetics until her injury/frostbite. Otherwise a very sound, sweet, pleasant Jersey.