Ottawa area auctions.

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Re: Ottawa area auctions.

Post by windwalkingwolf » Sun May 20, 2018 10:49 pm

If sales started at a reasonable hour, like, 2 PM, I'd probably be in REAL trouble. On the other hand though, I might actually be able to get there early enough to get what I want, and talk to people I know.

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Post by Killerbunny » Mon May 21, 2018 8:34 am

To be honest I'd be too scared to bring anything home because there were some kind of iffy looking birds (to my mind). I only bring in birds from places I know personally.
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Post by Skinny rooster » Mon May 21, 2018 4:57 pm

Actually to be honest I like to go but I don't buy any more, maybe hatching eggs but that is it. I'm not telling anyone else what to do but as for myself I don't buy from auctions anymore. I am enjoying the mutts I have right now and I don't want to flubb that up. Almost every hen decided to hatch and so far I haven't said no to any of them. Guess who is going to sell Easter eggers at Renfrew lol!

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Post by baronrenfrew » Mon May 21, 2018 5:53 pm

yep... Renfrew buy/sell/trade next Sunday. gotta thin out my flock of young birds...the trouble is I'm not sure what is what at this point - two months old: cream legbar; cream legbar/buckeye (aka easter eggers); buckeye/production red, partridge chantecler (easy to spot), and a couple of blue copper marans (only one roo easy to identify).

maybe a couple of goslings; and maybe my bantam RIR's (the roo looks like crap from this winter as he's missing toes and comb from frost damage (but otherwise a good breeder).
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