(most common name)
• Northern Finncattle
• Pohjois-Suomolainen Karja (PSK)
• Pohjoissuomen Karja
also named (English):
• North Finncattle
• North Finnish
also named (Swedish):
The Pohjois-Suomolainen Karja (PSK) is an authentic breed whose arrival to northern Finland is thought to be due to the migration of the Sami people — who either brought the cattle from the south of Finland — or — from Sweden and Norway.
The three Finncattle breeds are:
• the West Finncattle
• the North Finncattle
• the East Finncattle
(Finnish) suomalaiset = Finns
Karelia (Karjala in Finnish) is an area currently divided between Russia and Finland.
You can also go to:
My Daily Cow® Finland and read about other Finnish cattle breeds.
The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Reference to see other breeds of cattle in the world.