Hands. Rare bloodlines. Stunning, fantastic sire with perfect conformation and size. Kind, quiet eyes and temperament to match. Everyone’s dream pony with fabulous personality and gorgeous looks to match. Very well mannered. Stands for farrier and vet. UTD on Vaccines and Coggins. Teeth floated.

Owning miniature cattle can be a rewarding experience, offering benefits such as manageable size, lower maintenance costs, and unique companionship. Here are some key points to consider if you’re thinking about owning miniature cattle:

Benefits of Owning Miniature Cattle

  • Size: Miniature cattle are significantly smaller than standard cattle, making them easier to handle and requiring less space. They are typically between one-third to one-half the size of regular cattle.
  • Land Requirements: Due to their smaller size, they need less grazing land compared to full-sized cattle. This makes them suitable for smaller farms or hobby farms.
  • Feed and Maintenance Costs: Miniature cattle consume less feed, which can reduce overall costs. Their smaller size also means that equipment and facilities can be smaller and less expensive.
  • Docile Temperament: Many miniature cattle breeds are known for their docile and friendly nature, making them easier to manage and a good choice for families or first-time livestock owners.
  • Diverse Uses: They can be kept for various purposes


The cost of a dwarf cow, often referred to as a miniature cow, can vary significantly based on several factors, including breed, age, size, and the purpose for which the cow is being purchased (e.g., as a pet, for breeding, or for milk production). Here are some general price ranges:

1. Pet Quality: Miniature cows that are primarily kept as pets or for hobby farming can range from $1,000 to $3,000.
2. Breeding Quality: Cows that are intended for breeding purposes, particularly those with desirable genetics, can cost between $3,000 and $10,000.
3. Show Quality: High-quality show cows with excellent lineage and conformation can cost $10,000 or more.

Additional costs to consider include transportation, veterinary care, feed, and housing. Prices can also vary by region and availability.

Crickets adorable Heifer 

arrived after dark

 What’s going on?? More blow drying.

This little girl was born on March 15th 

and is a sweet as she is cute!

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