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Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

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Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby veralidaine » Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:02 pm

TIGER PAW ODD & UNUSUAL SALE
Sat. May 3, 2014
Orangeville Fairgrounds
247090 Sideroad 5
Mono, Ontario
L9W 2Y8
Google "OAS Event Centre" for map
10:00 am Auction$5.00admission charge
Consignments:
We will have the same great variety of animals we always do! If you are looking for farm stock such as: long horn, highland, zebu cattle, llamas, alpacas, pygmy goats, boar goats, miniature along with standard donkeys, riding horses and ponies or fancy chickens, ducks as well as pheasants. We will have unusual and exotic stock! Reptiles, pet shop birds, rabbits, mice, rats, and gerbils so PLAN TO ATTEND and SAVE THE DATE!

Early Consignments:
 Male Dromedary Camel (1yr old)
 Male Grants Zebra (1yr old) bottle fed and tame
 Female Bottle Baby Red Kangaroo
 Bottle baby male Bennet Wallaby
 Two Male Squirrel Monkeys (hand time)
 Male Bennett Wallaby
 Two Female Mammoth Donkey
 Registered and Grade Miniature Donkeys( 30 Females, some with babies on side, 2 males)
 Registered and Grade Miniature Horses ( 20 females , some with babies on side, 2 males, lots of colour)
 Three Female Standard Donkeys
 Alpaca
 Llamas
 snakes
 Emu
 Parrot
 Two Female African Porcupines
 Patagonian Cavies
 Female Coatimundi
 Riding Ponies
 Pygmy Goats
 African Boar Goats
 Pair of Zebu Cattle
 Two Pair of Registered Highland Cattle
 Two Pair of Registered Highland Yearling Calves
 Six Peacock Pairs
 Halters, Leads, Miniature Horse Harness and Assorted
 MORE consignments coming daily.
This is a consignment auction! Bring your stock to sell but as always bring your trailer to take home the animals you buy. Commission will be 15% and bid in is $10.00.
Note: All horses, ponies, llamas, alpacas and donkeys must have a suitable halter. All box animals must have suitable boxes. We reserve the right to refuse any animal and/or person from the sale. Humane Society and CFIA may be in attendance to inspect animals, cages and transport. This will be a large sale, come early and expect to spend the day.
For information or consignments email: Tim Height 1-519-848-6736
tim@tigerpaw.ca
www.tigerpaw.ca
Special Attention
*All pigs must be in suitable crates (no wire dog cages), no pigs over 20 pounds
*All horses, donkeys & llamas must be haltered BEFORE arriving at the receiving doors. Tiger Paw staff WILL NOT halter animals.
We have changed our sale location. Thanks to the Ontario Livestock exchange for so many great years.We look forward to working with the Orangeville fairgrounds.
Be advised there will be a presence of animal rights activists, humane society inspectors and media personnel. There will be hidden cameras and video phones. We will be under the world’s watchful eye and expect to see portions televised throughout North America. Let’s show them what a great group of animal specialist we are!!!!!!
Suggestions for accommodations are as follows:
AtlantaMotel :www.atlantamotel.ca 1-877-941-8280
316 Broadway Avenue, Orangeville, Ontario L9W 1L3
For the sale they will give rooms for $75 and $85 per night
Maple Inn: www.maple-inn.com 1-519-307-2600
236 First Street, Orangeville, Ontario L9W 3K1
This is closer but under renovation! Rooms will be given for $ 75 and $ 85 per night
Best Western Orangeville Inn & Suites: www.bestwesternorangeville.com 1-519-941-3311
7 Buena Vista Drive, Orangeville, Ontario L9W 0A2


Tiger Paw is expanding, come down to Florida for sales 5 times a year
Gulf Coast Livestock Northern Florida Alternative Livestock Auction April 4th and 5th, June 6th and 7th, October 3rd and 4th, Madison Florida.
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby BlueBaby1023 » Wed Mar 05, 2014 12:53 am

I hope I can check them out in Madison, Florida in October. This actually sounds really cool, and if everything goes well it'd be a good thing for the world to see. Of course, you can always count on the AR people to twist their photos and videos, so I hope there is plenty of other people taking photos and videos as well.

Let me know how the one in Ontario goes! :)
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~100 chickens, ducks, and turkeys
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby kitaluna » Sun Mar 09, 2014 11:18 pm

If you do go, beware, there is a policy that allows owners to bid on their own animals and just pay a flat rate no sale fee if they buy their own animals. This auction is very mis-representative of the market but a great place to network with other breeders.
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby BlueBaby1023 » Mon Mar 10, 2014 1:34 am

kitaluna wrote:If you do go, beware, there is a policy that allows owners to bid on their own animals and just pay a flat rate no sale fee if they buy their own animals. This auction is very mis-representative of the market but a great place to network with other breeders.


I have heard that before, but didn't know how common it was. At any rate, I will not be buying anything for another couple years (stupid apartment, I already have 7 what's a few more! :lol: ), I'd just be going to look and get in contact with breeders.
4 Fancy Rats
2 American Guinea Pigs
1 Holland Lop Rabbit
1 Rex Rabbit
2 Ferrets
1 Lutino Cockatiel
5 Mixed Breed Cats
1 PitxLab
1 Great Pyr
1 Greyhound
2 Great PyrxAnatolian Shepherds
2 Red Foxes
5 Goats
~100 chickens, ducks, and turkeys
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby DBlokhorst » Thu May 01, 2014 10:40 pm

Since this is an auction, owners may find they are not getting the price they wished to receive which is the reason for them bidding on their own animals.
For example pot belly pigs can be sold for at least $400 each so why should an owner settle for $150.
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby Ash » Thu May 01, 2014 11:01 pm

DBlokhorst wrote:Since this is an auction, owners may find they are not getting the price they wished to receive which is the reason for them bidding on their own animals.
For example pot belly pigs can be sold for at least $400 each so why should an owner settle for $150.


Any auction can have it's own rules, but in my opinion it's not really a true action if the owner can bid on their own animals. In that case they should just have a starting price. To me, an auction is a place to auction your animals, not haggle/advertise an animal--which is what this is. I don't know though, maybe being able to bid on your own animal is standard practice? It just seems stupid then to call it an auction.
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby Nicophorus » Thu May 01, 2014 11:21 pm

I followed a rumor someone told me, that some Tennessee auction was the one moving to Madison, FL.

But its this? Well I'm thrilled that finally an exotic auction is coming back to Florida (the last one, the Okeechobee auction told me they will not have anymore). Shame its way up in Madison but I guess that makes it easier on the the deep south people coming.

I never heard of an auction where the owners can drive up the bids themselves. I thought it was customary to just set a reserve price that if not met during bidding, would lead to a no sale.
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby TamanduaGirl » Fri May 02, 2014 12:03 am

They may not bid on their own animals but could have friend(plant) bid on them to drive them up then just no sale if the friend wins instead of someone else. People do it with other types of auctions so I'd assume some do it with animal auctions too. I've seen some tamanduas before at auctions get bid up high to reasonably high and be no saled(most oexotic auctions, even no reserve, the owner can still choose not to sell to the winner). They could have just wanted more or changed their mind but it is a bit odd.
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby KingObeat » Fri May 02, 2014 12:42 am

How hard is it to bring animals into the US from Canada?
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Re: Orangeville, Ontario Tiger Paw auction

Postby TamanduaGirl » Fri May 02, 2014 1:11 am

If you get an importer to do it for you then it's fairly easy ;)

If not you need the importer license, verify they aren't a CITES concern, then there may be some specifics depending on species. I think that there is a one time permit you can get if you buy it and travel with the animal as yours. You'd need the import license or permit from USF&W and go through customs. Not sure what Canada needs for the exporting part though.

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