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I have a 4 month old R&W holstein heifer F/S.$400 or open to offers.I am in north central pa.
 

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Also would be nice to know the sire, dams sire, and grand dams sire. Should have that info if she has papers. This can make a BIG difference in the wantability of her.


If she doesn't have papers, where did you get her? Were you told she is a red holstein? Because some breeds, such as ayshires can look like red holsteins as calves. I have seen them, and they are very similar.


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Assuming the animal is generally in good health, at a price of $400 one would simply buy it if you desire a dairy heifer calf. A person would expect to pay that for a week old dairy heifer calf in good health, regardless of breed.
The owner has allready raised it through the high risk-high labor input part of it's life.
 

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What would you charge to deliver her to SE Oklahoma? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
 

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Up North said:
Assuming the animal is generally in good health, at a price of $400 one would simply buy it if you desire a dairy heifer calf. A person would expect to pay that for a week old dairy heifer calf in good health, regardless of breed.
The owner has allready raised it through the high risk-high labor input part of it's life.
My thoughts exactly. I don't even need or want a heifer but if it was local I'd grab her at that price/age. :) Its a bargain for a healthy heifer.
 
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