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2018 CALVES

These calves have been sold!

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Once again Meghan has a nice heifer calf. She was born 8-29-18. She is 100% Scottish Highland. Her color is reddish now but sometimes looks like she could turn a dun color. She is inquisitve and
loves a good back and neck rub!
Her price is $1750 cash. SOLD Illinois 

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Pic taken 11-17-18

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Pic taken 2-15-19

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 Hannah has another bull calf this year. He was born 9-6-18 and is 100% Scottish Highland. He was born a chocolate color but will end up black or dun, as an adult. At 5 months old he is dun color with a dark face, but that could change. This little guy is one of Hannah's smaller calves. At 5 months old he is about 33" tall. He has been friendly from the start and likes his neck and shoulders scratched. He would be a great herd bull or pet.
His price is $1200 cash. SOLD    

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Pic taken 11-17-18

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Pic taken 2-15-19

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Pic taken 5-10-19

This guy is Myrtle May's bull calf, born 8-1-18.  He is 1/2 Scottish Highland, 1/4 Mini Dexter 1/8 Lowline and 1/8 Mini Hereford. He was born a chocolate color, but he is black now. His hair is about 3-4" long which is not as long as a 100% Highland but longer than his mother's coat and very thick. He has a Highland looking head; broad with lots of hair. He is not broke to lead. This calf is put together well and would be great as a herd bull.
His price is $950 cash SOLD  

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BOTTLE BABY
This precious little girl is Shirley's calf, born 10-2-18. Shirley turned 14 this year. She carried her calf and gave birth with no problems. When the calf was just over 24 hours old Shirley's hips gave out. She had layed down to rest and when she tried to get up her back legs went out from under her. We tried to get her up but the vet said there was too much damage from the fall. Reluctantly I had to put my sweet old girl down. The calf takes the bottle easily and is now eating grain and hay as well. The calf is 1/2 Scottish Highland, 1/4 Mini Hereford, and 1/4 Lowline. She is a dark chocolate color now but may turn red or black. Her white face has splashes of color and she has the white tip on her tail like all of Shirley's calves have had. Her hair is longer and fuzzy now but will not be as long as a 100% Highland. I don't feel any horn buds. She is polled. This one is a sweetheart! After feeding her on the bottle all these weeks I think I will keep this one! 

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