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Posted by milkman on November 07, 2002 at 18:57:34:
In Reply to: Re: SHIPPING IN WINTER? posted by franklin edwards on November 07, 2002 at 11:25:39:
:Alot of people ship year round with no problems. The key is make sure the person you are dealing with know how to ship in cold weather. Thwe box needs to be insulated and a 40 hr heat pack. Make sure that they shipp overnight and do not use some overnight saver. YOu want the package droped off at the shipper late in the affternoon and delivered to you in the morning.
::I live in Kentucky and was wanting to get another milk this year,is it possible to have one shipped here,The temps have been in the 4os-50s for the highs and the 30s for lows.It really doesnt get real cold until January.Any advice would be great.
THANK FOR THE ADVICE I WILL MAKE SURE I CHECK INTO THE BREEDER TO MAKE SURE HE OR SHE KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE DOING.