- Jul 9, 2011
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$3,000 might be fair, it might be too high. I've paid more for younger bulls and I've paid that much for a 3 year old proven bull because I absolutely wanted a Red Angus bull at the time and they are very scarce in my neck of the woods. Where is your operation Camela?I have a Hereford bull, he is on the market for sale.
His calves all have been born unassisted, they have narrow shoulders and hips. I have not lost a single calf of his. Gentleman bull. The most approachable from the entire herd. You could sit on his back when he is chewing his cud. I am asking for $ 3000. He could be registered.
Is it too much?
The difference is know him, I have his calves to show, would I pay for a replacement bull like him $3000, absolutely, except I can not find a bull like him. Would I pay more - probably if I trusted the seller.
In my region the price of a bull is : weight x by current auction price.