That's what we had in mind-either keeping her to graft an extra calf on or to sell her as a family milk cow. We have her grandma-the full blooded jersey and have wanted to get another one or two to try to raise calves on. Thanks
She'll make enough milk to raise a calf or feed a family, but if you are in the dairy business she probably won't make as much milk as a full dairy animal. We actually had a couple 1/2 angus 1/2 holsteins that we actually milked in our dairy herd and they produced noticeably less than the fullbloods but they did OK.
Keep her we milk about 10 Jersey x Angus the only bad thing I will say about them is they are very free milkers & is that really so bad . Another thing to watch for is teat length if you are going to hand milk the last thing you want is teats that can only be milked with 2 fingers.