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1 Simpson sale April 30 on Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:41 pm

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Is anyone here going to the sale in Simpson on April 30? If so, what are you bringing?

2 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Tue Apr 12, 2011 7:19 pm

Hidden River

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I am going here is my list so far, some depends on hatches.

Saxony Duck Hen (holderead stock, lighter in color but great size)
White Silkie Hens (5 total)
2 Pair Easter Egger's
Assorted silkie's (assorted ages, colors and genders)
Barred Rock
3 Started mixed turkeys (blue slate/bourbon red)
1 Pair Blue Laced Red Wyandotte
1 Pair Speckled Sussex

Assorted breed chicks, various ages.

I am open to pre orders as well if anyone wants something on my list I can hold it for you.


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3 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Sat Apr 16, 2011 12:31 pm

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I am buying!!! lol

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4 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Sat Apr 16, 2011 1:17 pm

Susan


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Hey Hidden. Are your white Silkie hens bearded? How old and where are they from? Any pics?

5 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Sun Apr 17, 2011 8:22 am

Hidden River

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Susan I believe one is bearded, I will try to get pictures of them today. Lots of snow has fallen last night again so will see what I can do.


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6 Birds at Simpson call ducks on Thu Apr 28, 2011 7:39 pm

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A vendor phoned with 5 pair of call ducks 1 dozen call eggs a brooder and a show pen only in Simpson april 30th. Turkeys Blue Slate Bourbon Red Std Bronze Narragansett and a black Spanish Female. African Geese and Bantams Silkies cochins oeg Japs. We need a Royal palm Tom also.

7 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Thu Apr 28, 2011 8:20 pm

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this is what I am hatching and what is avalible will be brought but I just sold another 30 BCM
no hatchery run just home grown
Wheaten Marans Chocolate brown eggs
Black Copper Marans Chocolate brown eggs
Euskal Oiloa
Buff Brahma
Andalusians
Red White Frizzle
Blue Cochins
True Americanas
Jersey Giants
Blue Orpingtons
Light Sussex
Blue Lace Red Wyandotte
Lavender Orpingtons
Silkies including
White
Grey
Partridge
Black
Blue
Show Girls
and the A frame portable coops

http://www.popscoops.com

8 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Thu Apr 28, 2011 8:23 pm

pops coops

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Just looked and 2,000 people have looked at the ad for the Simpson sale, I have gotten about 200 emails so should be very good

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9 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Thu Apr 28, 2011 9:20 pm

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what is the best way to get there from saskatoon

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10 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Thu Apr 28, 2011 10:56 pm

Hidden River

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I am excited, I am on my way tomorrow, meeting up with people to drop off day olds along the way. Spend the night with the kids in Regina to unwind from this crazy week. Then off to Simpson early to help out in any way possible, then get ready for selling. Very Happy
Mostly the kid's birds selling this trip, mine are not old enough.


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11 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Fri Apr 29, 2011 10:59 am

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From Saskatoon head out #16 to the Junction of #2 then head to Watrous and were 15 minutes south. You could go to Keneston on #11 then turn on #15 but be forwarned there is broken pavement on 15 between Kenaston and the Junction of #2 and part of it reverts into gravel. So I would go through Watrous if possible. DLC

12 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Fri Apr 29, 2011 1:28 pm

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I'm coming up from Moose Jaw, anyone know if that road is good, or is there detours there??

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13 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Fri Apr 29, 2011 4:02 pm

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honeybrook wrote:what is the best way to get there from saskatoon

Highway 16 to the junction of #2 and take the number 2 to Simpson through Watrous

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14 post script to sale on Thu May 05, 2011 10:28 am

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I have to apologize for the confusion on sale day but after trying to get the arena in shape at the last minute moved it into the hall. I think everyone was happy with the sale, it was so busy at 11 am you couldnt move around in there. The people from Simpson were amazed at the response, I think they thought we'll go down and have a burger and look at Murray's chickens. They were a little suprised when they had to park a block away and stand in line for lunch. Thanks to everyone who showed up and helped to make it a success. DLC Murray

15 Re: Simpson sale April 30 on Thu May 05, 2011 12:53 pm

Hidden River

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Hey no confusion on my end Murray, just got pointed in the right direction and away we went. I hope the hall was not left in too bad of shape to clean up. The rug at the door was the hardest to clean.
I had a great time, and I think it was great. I can only imagine what the town people thought of that sale, for a first sale it was amazing. Thanks for all your hard work and time you put in getting it ready.


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