Jamaica Black is a breed of cattle that is indigenous to Jamaica. They are small to medium in size, with a compact and muscular build. The breed is characterized by its distinctive black coat, which is why it is called the Jamaica Black. This breed is known for its hardiness, resistance to diseases, and ability to adapt to tropical climates, making it a popular choice for small-scale farmers in Jamaica. Jamaica Black cattle are known for their good meat quality and are used for both beef and dairy production.