04/03/2011 - Time doesn’t stand still, things and business change, evolve, as a company, PIPA can’t avoid this either. At editorial level, amongst other things, where we found it necessary to respond to certain situations faster. We hope to have found the answer with the formation of an editorial board.
08/11/2009 - Today and the coming days we will start again with some real high quality auctions! Earlier this week we took off with the total auction of 'Acepigeon Loft' A.M. Van der Rhee and the coming days we start some new top auctions! Today we already started with the auction of ALL the birds (minus some old birds of 1999 and 2000) of one of the strongest Short & Middle Distance Lofts of Belgium: Robby Wilms! In total there are only 33 pigeons in this auction, but with an extremely high quality. Main pigeon in the auction is 'Fenomeentje', winner of 1st National Acepigeon KBDB Middle Distance Young Birds. Also her parents, all her grandparents and some other topbreeders and topracers are in this auction. The next 2 days we start some more quality auctions with the total auction of Cees Schroevers his old birds and we also start with a new Jewels Of The Sky! Below is a small overview of some of the topbirds which are currently in our auctions or which will come in auction very soon!
20/10/2009 - Today the total auction of small middle distance specialist Marco Klein Falckenborg has started. Marco has decided to auction his entire colony because he is moving house. Over the last few years the colony in Beltrum has grown to become one of the strongest small middle distance lofts in province 9 and one of the most regular small distance lofts in the Netherlands. In 2009 alone the following top prizes were won at NPO level: 4° NPO, 4° NPO, 11° NPO, 12° NPO, 14° NPO, 20° NPO, 26° NPO,… The loft of Marco Klein Falckenborg is largely based on the Eijerkamp pigeons from Zutphen. You can find the auction by clicking in the above menu on 'Pigeons for sale'
15/10/2009 - When I first heard a friend, Dave, mention “PIPA” the first image that entered my mind was that of a pipeline. Why, you might rightfully ask? Well since my heritage is Italian this word for me had a totally different imagery that it might have for others who are non Italian. In English the Italian word “pipa” is translated as “pipe” and it is the skillful placement of this pipe that makes up a dedicated “pipeline” that is used to transport commodities, most often oil. In the oil industry “pipeline “ operators are a specialized, highly qualified, a unique group of entrepreneurs and professionals that are indispensable for getting oil ( often called black gold ) to market.
31/07/2009 - PIPA started the auction season yesterday with a huge succes! And the second auction of the season has at least the same amount of quality as the first one! Some very special collections are presented in this auction!