Here we are seeing prices as low as 1200 to 1500 for springers. There is no demand, most farmers are up to what they feel is their maximum. Most did some serious culling when prices started to fall because they had heifers coming on. Right now I have 4 dairies that want to cut back 10 to 30 head and can't really justify who to sell. One is putting older cows that are making 100 + lbs a day on the repo cull list and not breeding them back because he has so many heifers due to calve in the next 6 months. Even if someone wanted to expand, there is just no money for them to do so with the decreasing milk prices again. My farmers are constantly asking me if I know of anyone wanting bred heifers as they have 10 or 15 that they want to sell. Even the semen sales guys are coming up with no alternatives for these dairyman; and they are usually a good source for people looking to sell or buy some springers. I look for a few more farms to go out, I have one that is planning to sell out in the fall that I know of already. Then there will be a bunch of younger cows, and bred heifers, available and prices won't be very good. The older cows will be culled.
Don't know what your area is like so can't really say on prices there.