We manufacture large capacity bird feeders out of eastern white cedar.
Not all that much to say but I did have an email from a potential customer looking to buy a covered platform feeder. He was complaining about the cost to ship it to Western Massachusetts so I tried to explain that due to the size of the feeder the shipping is based on dimensional weight and there was not much I could do with what FedEx charged.
Please keep in mind that I have no control over this. I did get a quote from USPS and it was fairly close. Either gas in Maine $ 4.20 per gallon and # 2 heating oil at $ 5.00 per gallon what an I supposed to do?
I have spent the last two and a half days milking feeder parts for the covered platform feeder trays starting with rough cedar boards. So that represents trays for 10 feeders.
Before that I milled parts for B 10 and A 10 feeders then assembled four of each for stock. Hard to believe the time spent and we have never had a price increase on any feeder.
It is all about the birds!
Today seems to be Goldfinch and Redpoll day here.
Check out the Kegerstenberger Slide Show: http://kegerstenberger.zenfolio.com/
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Here is a link for some excellent bird pictures from one of our customers kegerstenberger.zenfolio.com We would recommend viewing as a slide show. Soon we will have a link set up on our page.
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To learn more about birds, visit Cornell Lab of Ornithology's website HERE
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