Are you talking about sale birds, or both show and sale birds ? I was curious how this AI scare was going to affect attendance.
If this was anything like a normal Brahma National, I would imagine the sale birds left on a Sunday morning was a fraction of the Brahmas that were there Friday afternoon. If you don't have something prearranged with a breeder, it pays to get to a show as early as possible.
i have no idea how many were there before today, they had all of the show birds in one building and the for sale birds in another, which i hit both since the show was over , i was looking at a cock admiring him when a gentleman came up and took him out, and i told the gentleman he could go ahead and hand me the cock to take home when he told me he had bought him and the lady had another one for sale, she took me to the truck and needless to say that one came home with me, hes a beauty and i'm not much for the lights or buffs but this one has changed my mind, the lady told me if i have any problems to email. that her husband is the president of the brahma club in mich. and his name is kim aldrich and i remembered the name from here, we also talked about you a little with me telling her i would love to have some of your stock. i think the only problem i will have is getting him acclimated before winter hits being as hes used to a heated barn.