But We, Like, Don’t Do That

Sometimes we get phone calls from your customers saying, “Gotta bag here of your, um, like, um, your bird seed and stuff. I can’t remember where I, like, bought it from. Like, you know, I was wondering if you would, like, ship me a bag direct.” (Editor’s Note: Not all the callers sound like my teenage son.)

But we, like, don’t do that.

Instead, we politely refer them back to your store where they:

  • Talked to a knowledgeable person about seed
  • Found the right type and amount of seed they needed
  • Got the down-low on the local bird population
  • Received an offer to have the seed carried to their car

Just so you know… we’ll never compete with our customers on the internet. Never will.And let’s not mention that one time Mahlon posted on AmishDate.com.


  1. We purchased several bags of your food for cardinals and chickadees in Pittsford, New York while visiting family. Our birds are loving it (so are the squirrels!)

    Could you tell us if there is a feed store, bird store, or other business in the Dutchess County area of New York. Our supply is dwindling and we are not sure the birds will like anything else. We are half way between Albany and New York City near the Hudson River.

    Thank you for your great seeds and assistance. Our birds thank you also.

    John and Cindy Hotrovich

    • I wonder if you got a reply? Probably not. I’ve tried several times to get the name of someone in my area that carries their seed. My local store that did went out of business. I find it almost impossible to believe that they aren’t willing to give out the names of the people they sell to, but it doesn’t look like they are.

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