That does seem to be somewhat heavy. A Serro Scotty, a similar trailer, weighs only 1350 lbs with a GVWR of 2000.
BTW: that method of weighing could be done another way if the fulcrum were beyond the axle:
F A S
If the distance from F (fulcrum) to A (axle) were 1/10 the distance from F to S (scale), the indication on the scale would be 1/10 the actual weight. That is 2000 lbs at A would indicate as 200 lbs at S. Accuracy would depend on your measuring.
I took our trailer to a local coal, gravel company. When she found out I didn't need a certified copy of the weight she said: "I'll turn it on. weigh what you want for free."