# How much did horses cost in 1800s?

## How much did horses cost in 1800s?

On average, horses cost \$60, pigs \$5, milking cows just over \$20, and goats only \$2.

How much did a saddle cost in 1870?

Price of Goods, 1870
Food Prices Horses, cattle & gear
Corn per bushel 40 cents
Mess pork per barrel \$9 cowboy saddle

How much did horses cost in 1860?

In the west US it was possible to buy a horse for as little as \$10, but a decent riding equine cost around \$150, with a range of \$120 (1861) to \$185 (1865). A pack horse for the Oregon Trail cost \$25 in the US in 1850, but a riding horse would run you \$75.

### How much was a horse in 1900?

In 1900 you could get a good, solid horse for about \$150 and an old nag for as little as \$10. An unskilled laborer made about \$20 a week and skilled laborer made double that.

How much was milk in the 1800s?

Prices for 1860, 1872, 1878 and 1882 — Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods & More

PROVISIONS
QUANTITIES ARTICLES AVERAGE RETAIL PRICES (standard gold)
Pound Cheese \$0.12
Bushel Potatoes \$0.98
Quart Milk \$0.05

How much was a dollar worth in the Old West?

Using a very useful inflation calculator , we determine that one 1880 dollar is equal to \$22.91 in 2018 dollars.

## How much was 1000 pounds 1900?

£1,000 in 1900 is equivalent in purchasing power to about £116,836.96 in 2017, an increase of £115,836.96 over 117 years. The pound had an average inflation rate of 4.15% per year between 1900 and 2017, producing a cumulative price increase of 11,583.70%.

How much was 1000 pounds 1800?

£1,000 in 1800 is equivalent in purchasing power to about £79,622.22 in 2017, an increase of £78,622.22 over 217 years. The pound had an average inflation rate of 2.04% per year between 1800 and 2017, producing a cumulative price increase of 7,862.22%.

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