Luxury Net features – Most Expensive Livestock
Livestock generally are raised for profit and sometimes for hobby. Raising animals is a component of modern agriculture. It has been practiced in many cultures since the transition to farming from hunter-gather lifestyles.
1. Most expensive horse: Florida-born Colt
Price: $16 million
Green Monkey, a 2-year-old Florida born colt has been sold for whopping $16 million to become the world’s most expensive horse, and is expected to move straight to the Kentucky Derby. Bought byDemi O’Bryrne, the horse has notably never raced, but has descended from 2 Kentucky Derby winners.
The colt reportedly scored the fastest time among the 154 racehorses at Calder race Course.
2. Most expensive Buffalo Bull: Horizon from South Africa
Price: $3.25 million
A young 4 years and 10 month-old buffalo bull called Horizon with massive bowed horns measuring 130 cm long has been reportedly sold for $3.25 million, as stated by the South African Stud Breeders’ Association.
3. World’s most expensive dog: Red Tibetan Mastiff
Price: $1.6 million
The Tibetan Mastiff, also known as Do-khyi, is an ancient breed and type of domestic dog originating with nomadic cultures of Central Asia. An 11-months-old red Tibetan Mastiff puppy which stands nearly 3 ft. high and weighs over 180lbs, has notably grabbed the title of being the world’s most expensive dog after being sold for $1.6 million.
4. Most expensive Cow: Missy
Price: $1.2 million
At Toronto’s Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, a trio of investors bought this cow, which is said to have exceptional sized hips, and delivers protein-rich milk, which could eventually help making the world’s most expensive cheese. However, Missy’s value is enhanced by the likelihood that she’ll pass those excellent genes on to generations of offspring.