Our Little Acres Specializes in miniature HighPark™  cows,

  featuring Miniature Highland cross cows.

What is a miniature HighPark™  ? In short, a Miniature HighPark™  cow is 

a small, hairy cow that is white with black, red, or dunn points. 

What are points? Points are the nose, ears, eyes and feet of our AdoraBull mini cows. 

Our Little Acres coined the word HighPark™ in 2014. 

With a bit of hard work over the next few years we hope to 

create a registry for these wonderful mini cows.  


Reference for retained cows/bulls


Miniature Bull

HighPark ™


Mature height  at 3 yrs - 40 inches


Tested Pos. for Chondrodysplasia

(short legged gene)

Handsome is the word that comes to mind when

 you see this mini cow.

What a respectful bull with great muscling and conformation.

He was a true joy to own.

Cesar Stats

15 - calves to date 

8 - HighParks

8 - Heifers

7 - Bull calves





               Reference for 2019 calves


Miniature Bull


Sire-Cesar/Dam-Pumpkin Pie



Mature height approx. 46"

Dom tested Neg. for Chondro.

We love our Dom!

A chip off the ol' block, he has his daddy's good looks and 

great personality.

Domino stats

9 - calves to date

6 -  HighPark

3 - Heifer 

6 - Bull calves




Miniature Highland cross




Mature height approx.38-40"

Bruno is Positive for Chondro.

Bruno, who is affectionately

 called Tater,is just

 about as sweet as they come.

He enjoys being petted 

and brushed. 

Tater Stats

3- calves to date

1- heifers

2- bull calves


Why miniature cows?

- Mini cows are small and easier to handle than standard sized cows.

- Mini cows eat less, 1/2 to 1/3 less.

- Mini cows are affectionate, some enjoy being  brushed and petted.

- Mini cows can be transported in a small 2 horse trailer.

- Mini cows are great for volunteer work. 

- Mini cows are wonderful for small acreage owners.

Mini cows can pay for themselves when you have calves for sale.

Bulls are not pets, we love our bulls, we  brush and pet them, but never turn our backs to them. 

They have to respect us as "Herd Boss" but we also respect that they are animals and can be dangerous.