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    Where is the best place to order a couple of flyer crates?

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    Got mine from Lion Country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettG View Post
    Where is the best place to order a couple of flyer crates?
    Go to www.strombergschickens.com they have the best bird crates at the best prices.
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    Brett if you want to com e over to Townley to Bear Branch i believe there about a dozen you can get for $20 each, They were originally used for the put and take quail hunts when he was doing that. Some are better than others but all are serviceable.
    He has turned Bear Branch into a Kobe beef cattle farm and no more customer hunts there. I still get to train there but it is exclusive to me and my friends.
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    If you order a bird crate to be shipped I think the shipping will be about as much as the crate. We talked to our Field Trial bird supplier and just bought some extras from him when they delivered the birds.
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    www.cutlersupply.com
    as said shipping will kill you unless you buy 6 at a time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by todd walker View Post
    www.cutlersupply.com
    as said shipping will kill you unless you buy 6 at a time...
    I checked out of curiosity. $66 for the crate and $30 shipping to Pennsylvania, better than I thought...
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