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Ok here is my question:
Do you think they will get mad at me if I hand print out their order form?

My printer is kapootz and they do not take email orders...only snail mail. Has anyone had this problem before? and what can I expect? All answers/opinions/ideas welcomed :)
 

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You won't be dealing with a company with hired help going "by the books". It's really a family hobby business. Whenever I've needed something from Glenn, I just sent him a letter with money and list of what I wanted. He or his wife always figured it out.

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When I ordered from them last year, I just wrote it out on lined paper, nice and neat.
Great people there!
 

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http://www.sandhillpreservation.com/
I got chickens from them last year as well. (Again, I just wrote it out). They are small, so don't promise to have birds to you by a certain date. But all the chickens I got were healthy and vigorous and they sent extras. Once I get settled I'll be getting more seeds and chickens and some ducks from them.

There are no pictures, so when you surf their site have this, http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/BRKPoultryPage.html and this http://vegvariety.cce.cornell.edu/m...56&sortBy=overallrating&order=DESC&searchIn=1 up in other tabs to help you choose from the large selection.
 

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you won't have a problem - they are great people! they do this for the love & belief in what they're doing - they're not a huge operation, but they're busy & will do all they can to help you out

I've never ordered seeds from them, but chickens
 

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I ordered sweet potatoes from them last year and this winter- sent off my order 1/2/09. They are really fantastic and even replied to a query I sent them via email during their "busy season". I had written that I knew they would probably be too busy to answer...They are really dedicated to preserving genetic starins of plants and animals.
 
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