I had a guy come here and buy my sarah (he pd me 1400 which I was happy cause I just pd 600 for her in february) and upon looking at all my animals noticed they were all very healthy and fat and asked me if I could like to raise dairy heifers for him. He said he would bring me 2-300lb heifers, I would feed them and stuff and he would pay me .80 per pound of gain (although I think I'd tell him just a flat out 1.50 per day). He said he'd bring over as many as I would want. What are the risks here? How would it work if one died? I've only lost 2 animals in 5 years and those were both this year and neither one had a shot. 1 actually I kept alive for 3 weeks and he couldn't even stand and I finally gave him to a woman and he died at her house so I guess I didn't let him die. The other one was a little angus heifer from a 1st timer and was born in a very deep feedlot and not fed any colostrum for about 13hrs. I oculdn't save her. Her eyes were blue and stuff when I got her and he said that was from all the urine in her eyes and she was caked when he got her out of the pen and then just used a hose of cold water and sprayed her. I felt so bad for her.......... Anyway....... so I'm somewhat able to care for animals. I know about worming and what they need to eat and raise pretty nice animals I must say. Is this something I should put in writing? I would love to hear from anyone who has done it before and let me know. THanks a lot!