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Posted 5/8/2013 10:12:24 AM
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The wife and I are thinking about getting a few Scottish Highland yearling calves for the farm. What's a "normal" price I should expect to pay for these?

I've seen them going anywhere from $400 to $750....just trying to figure out what's "high", and what's a good deal.

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Posted 5/8/2013 5:43:02 PM
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It depends on size and quality. I would not take anything less the $700 for my yearling heifers and they aren't regestered. But since they range so widely in size and weight it depends.
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