Seed Moth Eggs in Pet Store Bird food

I did review what we have used, but I already know he will love the toy, but I haven’t put it up yet. I will review it though as well. 

I do have a question….what is a regular customer in your eyes? How many purchases and what time frame? 

The reason I ask is that I have purchased 2 cages from you shipped to my former address on Holt in Boise, Idaho and a food shipment there as well. 

I plan on buying my food from you, because when I buy from the local parrot store all my food items, except the Zupreem have seed moth eggs in them. 

Do you happen to sell those nifty little traps? 

Hugs….Martha 

 

Dear Martha 

Thank you for the reviews, they are helpful. 

What is a regular customer? Well, anyone that orders from us more than once would be considered a regular customer, of course those that order often may be considered special to us, but all customers are special as we appreciate all their orders. 

I am sorry you have had problems with the food from your local pet store. We do try to not have those problems as we bring in more varieties in smaller amounts more often. This usually insures a fresher food. 

It has been a very hot year but we have not had insect issues, all of our food is sold in factory packaged bags and we rotate stock often. We are more likely to run out of something than to send buggy food. 

Please also note, all bird seed grows outside and as such has bug eggs in it. It is a matter of how it is stored (cool) and how much is ordered. A 25# bag is cheaper per pound than a 3# bag but is no bargain if the bug eggs start to hatch or the food gets stale. 

The traps can be found at this link. http://goo.gl/wyv5k

Thank you

Catherine Tobsing
President
Windy City Parrot Birdie Boutique
906 N. Western Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60622
312.492.9673 ext 102
312.492.9674 Fax

 

Mitch Rezman

He's handled a 1000 birds of numerous species when they visited monthly birdie brunches in the old Portage Park (Chicago, IL) facility. The one with the parrot playground. Mitch has written and published more than 1100 articles on captive bird care. He's met with the majority of  CEO's and business owners for most brands in the pet bird space and does so on a regular basis. He also constantly interacts with avian veterinarians and influencers globally.

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