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Arms: Vert, a Guernsey cow grazing proper; on a chief argent three slips of white clover flowered and leaved also proper.
Crest: Issuant from a chapeau vert, turned up argent, three slips of white clover joined at the base, flowered and leaved proper. Mantled azure, doubled argent.
Supporters: On the dexter side a unicorn argent, and on the sinister side a white dairy cow reguardant proper, both armed, unguled and tufted Or, and collared gules.
Motto: In unitate cum Natura
The arms were officially granted on February 15, 1962.
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