How To Buy A Mini Cow From Us
If you want to buy a cow from our website you need to click on the Place order button that is found below the cow you are interested in. This will take you to our order page where you are to place the order. On our order page you will state the name of the cow you are interested in and the specifications that you need from that cow. Once the order form is filled, you can click on the submit form button and you wait for a response from a member of our team. Within an hour after you place your order, a team member will contact you and you discuss the price, logistics and payment options for the cow(s) you want to order. Once this is done, the cows are sent to your address and your order is complete.
Available Cattle For Sale
Tippy | Available
Height: 33 1/2 inches Age ;6 months Breed: 100% highland Chondro Status: Positive Miss Tippy Tail is hands down the sweetest cow in the pasture. She loves to get nose to nose and get a neck rub. She’s more dog than cow most days. Tippy is Chondro positive meaning she carries the dwarf gene. This little girl should never reach 40 inches.
Monty | Available
Monty is a micro mini Highpark bull. This little guy is small! You can cross him on a Highland or Highpark heifer and get the coloring and hair everybody loves. He is such a cutie ! I just love his black ears and black nose! 😍 The one thing this guy loves is a good nap …I mean who doesn’t ! It’s nothing to see him out in the pasture snoozing and somebody else comes over and always interrupts wanting to play with him ♥️
Campbell | Available
Meet Campbell!! He’s 4 months old micro mini cow. He is so cute, spunky, fluffy, and so much personality! His name is also special. Highland Cows originated in Scotland. My late Grandmother was born and raised there. Her maiden name was Campbell and I thought this was the perfect way to honor her and the heritage. I want to make sure he goes to a very good and comfortable home.
21 Charolais Cross Bred Cows | Available
Herd of Charolais cross Bred cows, 3-7 years old, 2nd-3rd period. Cows have had: Synanthic Oral Dewormer Vira Shield 6VL5 Bimectin Pour on Cows are on purina mineral and will follow a feed truck. Hauling Available All cows will be aged and pregged by vet before delivery.
3 Bulls for Sale | Available
We have 3 bulls for sale. All range from 8 months to 1.5 years old. We were saving them to keep one for ourselves but went a different route and havnt had time to run them to the sale barn. If your interested please message me! 8 month old is a Brahman/ Simmental cross 1 year old is a Shorthorn/ Simmental cross 1.5 year old is a Simmental cross All 3 are really stocky and ready to go.
Gray Heifers | Available
We have a nice set of 6 registered gray heifers available. These girls are dehorned, branded, fully vaccinated, and ready to go. They are gentle and will be super efficient in years to come. These heifers are backed by some of the best genetics in the Brahman breed.
Brahman Heifers | Available
Gentle Set of Brahman Heifers Weigh 400-750 lbs. aged 1 year 2 months to 3years. 5 bull and 7 heifers from different bloodline. They are all in good health and can be used for breeding, milking and beef production. They are very easy to manage due to their small size and low consumption compared to the normal cow
Two Hereford Bulls | Available
I have two Hereford bulls. These are great bulls that are out of great stock. They are registered. They are both tame bulls that would make great bulls for someone. They are both 12 months old with health insurance and from a strong lineage suitable for all purposes
Creek Hans | Available
Creek Hans ready for his own herd! 10 months old. Grandson to Rio Brice. Dam is gorgeous. 22” @ birth, 36.5” @ 10 months. Hetro polled, herd tested annually and he will test before leaving.
Belfair Bull | Available
MINIATURE Belfair bull SLC, UT Born 11/29/22 Dam raised Dam is a mid size dexter and sire is a true miniature Jersey (39in) A2A2 Beta Milk Protein Heterozygous polled He’s red and carries one dun gene Negative for both Dexter Bulldog mutations Negative for PHA mutation
Dexter Bulls | Available
I have two Dexter bulls. These are great bulls that are out of great stock. They are registered. They are both tame bulls that would make great bulls for someone. They are both 5 and 7 months old with health insurance and from a strong lineage suitable for all purposes
I. Introduction to Mini Cows In Georgia
Definition and Characteristics
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, Mini Highland Cows can be shown in livestock exhibitions, agricultural shows, and other events. They often attract attention and interest due to their unique appearance, and participating in shows can be a rewarding experience for both owners and spectators.
Mini Highland Cows have similar care requirements to other cattle breeds. They need access to fresh water, good-quality forage or pasture, and appropriate shelter. Regular veterinary care, vaccinations, deworming, and hoof trimming are also important to ensure their well-being.
While mini cows don't need exceptionally strong fencing like larger cattle, they still require secure fencing to keep them contained. Fencing should be at least 4 to 5 feet tall and made of sturdy materials like wood or metal.
Mini cows generally require less space compared to standard-sized cattle. They can do well on small-acreage farms, typically needing around 1 to 2 acres per cow for grazing, but the more space, the better for their overall well-being.
Some mini cow breeds, like the Dexter, can be good for milk production, providing a smaller quantity of milk with higher butterfat content. However, if milk production is a primary goal, other standard-sized dairy breeds might be more suitable.
Yes, many mini cow owners keep them as pets due to their gentle nature and small size. They can form bonds with their owners and be trained to be handled and led on a halter.
Mini cows require similar care to standard-sized cattle, including regular feeding, access to clean water, vaccinations, parasite control, and shelter. They also need social interaction and should have access to pasture or grazing areas.
Before buying a mini cow, consider the following factors: Space and grazing requirements: Ensure you have enough pasture or grazing land to support the cow's needs. Zoning and local regulations: Check if there are any restrictions on keeping livestock in your area. Purpose: Determine if you want the cow for milk, beef, or as a pet, as different breeds have different strengths. Health and veterinary care: Be prepared to provide regular veterinary care and vaccinations. Shelter and facilities: Provide a suitable shelter and safe environment for the cow.
The price of mini cows can vary widely depending on factors such as breed, age, gender, and overall quality. On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars for a mini cow in Georgia.
Some popular mini cow breeds that you might find for sale in Georgia include: Miniature Hereford: A smaller version of the traditional Hereford breed. Dexter: An Irish breed known for its compact size and dual-purpose qualities (milk and beef). Lowline Angus: A smaller version of the Angus breed, bred for beef production.