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Wynnum auction catalogue is available from there website

 

http://www.wrbsinc.com/

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lol oh wow im in hee hee if only i lived in qld

thats one very encouraging brochure

very well written and put

some top bird people in your club also

by looks :)

 

ha ha i even forgot to look at auction brochure i was so impressed with your sales pitch to join your club :P

 

must say im very impressed with you auction catalog

best ive seen yet :}

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I will be attending even tho I said I was not buying anymore birds from the auctions lol.

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10th April is a good date. I might do a road trip to Qld. School holidays start the following Monday, so I could drive up Saturday. hmmmm.

 

Looks impressive

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Anyone on here from the Wynnum club..Spotted a familiar name on their website, would like to get in touch with the person again.. If you are from there could you please send me a PM for details..

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i sure hope it is a big venue.

it seems half of australia is attending this one.

understandable considering the quality of the birds on offer.

well done to the organisers.

yes , i will be there.

robd.

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Nooooooooooo! I hope there's not to many going or it will just make the birds too expensive

for someone like me, but you never know I just might win the lotto by then and buy the lotblink.gif

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Well here i m at the wynmum auction. Some nice birds. Interesting to see how the bidding goes. No familiar faces, but i can guess a few i think

 

Wynnum is seeking to top Hills in NSW as the number 1 auction in Australia, financially anyway. 172 lots. Rules being read. Start your engines !!!!!!

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how did it go? any high priced birds?

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Nice to meet you Dave, sorry we didn't have much time to talk mate.

There most expensive bird sold for $3200 by Bob Smith and it was a Opaline Grey Green hen and I don't no who bought it.

Ian Hunters birds were very nice and they also sold for top dollar, with one going for $1700.

One of Garry Gazzards sold for $2500 and there were heaps more that sold for over $1000.

There were no bargains to be found.

I bided on about 25 birds out of a 172 and came home with nothing, my budget was around the $250 mark for a bird.

Yes I'm disappointed and I would really like to tell you what I really think @#$% but I won'tmad.gif

But I will say that I will not be going again to this auction and there are certain vendors that I will never buy birds off.

The auction was very well run and the club did a great job.

 

Keep it real!

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Nice to meet you Dave, sorry we didn't have much time to talk mate.

There most expensive bird sold for $3200 by Bob Smith and it was a Opaline Grey Green hen and I don't no who bought it.

Ian Hunters birds were very nice and they also sold for top dollar, with one going for $1700.

One of Garry Gazzards sold for $2500 and there were heaps more that sold for over $1000.

There were no bargains to be found.

I bided on about 25 birds out of a 172 and came home with nothing, my budget was around the $250 mark for a bird.

Yes I'm disappointed and I would really like to tell you what I really think @#$% but I won'tmad.gif

But I will say that I will not be going again to this auction and there are certain vendors that I will never buy birds off.

The auction was very well run and the club did a great job.

 

Keep it real!

To go to a Auction,that wants to topple,Hills there is not going to be any bargain buys.By your comments,there was a lot of running the birds.

Birds don't make 2 to $3000 with out 2 bidders on them,it good for bussiness,

to have those birds,making that sort of money. :rolleyes:

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