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Livestock

The prices for domestic animals varied considerably depending on where the market is.  European prices are the Base price.  This is the point of origin for the breed and they are prolific  and easily obtained.
The Colonies of North America are the second source for domestic animals.  The breeds are well established but they are still not common and they often command a premium price, up to 200% more then the base European price.
Livestock in the islands are the most expensive.  Not all species thrive here and many are imported from Europe or North America and are correspondingly expensive, up to 300% more then the base European price.




Livestock Prices

Base price

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Base price
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Colonial Price
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Island Price
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Donkey

2

10


$250

4

10


450

6

10


650

Small Mule

4



$400

8



$800




$1200

Large Mule

8



$800

16



$1600




$2400

Cob(pony)

2



$200

4



$400

6



$600

Palfrey(saddle horse)

8



$800

16



$1600

24



$2400

Charger, cavalry

50



$5000

80



$8,000

100



$10,000

Thoroughbred Race Horse

150 to 500



$15,000 to $50,000




No market




No market

Draft Horse

10



$1000

20



$2000

30



$3000

Ox

8



$800

12



$1200

20



$2000

Cow

4



$400

6

10


$650

8

10


$850

Sheep


6


$30


9


$45


15


$75

Goat


8


$40

12



$60


16


$80

Pig

1



$100

2



$200

3



$300

Chicken



8

$3



10

$4


1

5

$6

Pigeon



3

$1



3

$1



5

$2










































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