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AG Talk

October Breast Cancer Awareness Month

J and J Feeds and Needs - Wednesday, October 01, 2014
With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we would like to do our part. During the month of October 2014, for every bag of dog food sold weighing 15+ lbs, J&J Feeds and Needs will donate $1.00 to the Susan G. Komen Organization. Visit ww5.komen.org for more information on their efforts or to make a donation of your own!
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move on moving commented on 21-Sep-2018 04:28 AM
Having actually moved about a billions times (and getting ready to do it again),
I advocate, and dis-advocate a few of these suggestions:

1. Simply fold the end of the packing tape over. This does not need any
extra devices such as a toothpick which you will lose then have
to go discover more toothpicks. Be prepared to poke yourself in unforeseen locations
with lost toothpicks (particularly those ones on the floor).


2. YOU HAD TO EMPTY YOUR BEDROOM CABINET! Factor # 1 - Clothes are heavy,
and depending on the toughness of your cabinet, they will move around and potentially skew the drawers.
This took place to me with a more economical
dresser. I had the ability to get it back together, which readies because I was
a college student and didn't have funds for another piece of furniture.


3. STILL, YOU HAD TO EMPTY YOUR BED ROOM DRESSER!

Reason # 3 - The clothes are still heavy and depending on the weight of your dresser, you will wind up with a
furniture piece so insanely heavy it will be impossible to move.
Especially if it needs to go up stairs on someone's back (let's hope it's not yours).


4. I dis-advocate socks or other knit clothes products as
packing material. While they are soft, socks around big glasses extend them out.
This is fine if you are a guy with big feet, but girls socks will
become unwearable. Also, you wish to make certain whatever
you wrap your socks or other knitwear around is tidy.
My daddy evacuated boxes and boxes of dirty knickknacks using his
significant collection of knit golf shirts. They were totally
gross after being twisted around unclean objects, extended,
and some had holes from the sharp edges of a few of the items.
My mom was doing laundry for days after the
relocation (I think she needs to have made him do it).



5. I completely advocate taking a photo of the back of your TV, and possibly drawing a diagram of it too.
And identifying the cords. Makes hooking whatever back up in the brand-new place
sooooo a lot easier. I found out that lesson the hard way.


6. There is a factor you load books in the SMALL boxes.
Like clothes, they are heavy. Packing them in travel suitcases
only works if you utilize a small suitcase. Otherwise, you wind up with a behemoth
of a bag that with wheels, you can only move on flat surfaces and with
an elevator. Depending upon the density of the
books and quality of your bag, you might also end up destroying your luggage.

Load your clothes in them instead since it's exactly what they were made for.


Good luck movers!
move on moving commented on 21-Sep-2018 10:23 PM
Having actually moved about a gazillion times (and preparing to do it
once again), I advocate, and dis-advocate a few of these recommendations:


1. Just fold the end of the packing tape over.
This does not need any additional equipment such as a toothpick which you
will lose then have to go find more toothpicks. Be prepared to poke yourself in unanticipated locations with lost toothpicks (specifically
those ones on the flooring).

2. YOU HAD TO EMPTY YOUR BED ROOM DRESSER! Reason # 1 - Clothes are
heavy, and depending upon the durability of your dresser,
they will shift around and possibly alter the drawers.
This took place to me with a less costly dresser. I was able to get it back together, which is good
since I was a college student and didn't have funds for another piece of furniture.


3. STILL, YOU HAD TO EMPTY YOUR BED ROOM CABINET!
Factor # 3 - The clothing are still heavy and depending on the weight of your dresser, you will end up with a furniture piece so insanely heavy it will be impossible to
move. Particularly if it has to go up stairs on someone's
back (let's hope it's not yours).

4. I dis-advocate socks or other knit clothes items as packaging
material. While they are soft, socks around large glasses extend them out.
This is great if you are a guy with big
feet, but ladies socks will end up being unwearable. Likewise, you want to
ensure whatever you cover your socks or other knitwear around is tidy.

My papa packed up boxes and boxes of dirty knickknacks using his substantial
collection of knit golf shirts. They were totally gross after being twisted around unclean things, stretched out, and
some had holes from the sharp edges of some of the things.
My mother was doing laundry for days after the relocation (I think she must have made him do it).


5. I completely promote taking a picture of the back of your TV,
and possibly drawing a diagram of it too. And labeling the cables.
Makes hooking whatever back up in the new place sooooo much easier.

I discovered that lesson the hard way.

6. There is a factor you load books in the SMALL boxes. Like clothing,
they are heavy. Packing them in travel suitcases
just works if you utilize a small suitcase. Otherwise, you end up with a leviathan of a bag that with wheels,
you can only move on flat surfaces and with an elevator.
Depending upon the density of the books and quality of your bag, you may likewise end
up destroying your suitcase. Pack your clothing in them instead
considering that it's exactly what they were produced.


All the best movers!
move on moving yelp commented on 23-Sep-2018 03:01 AM
Having actually moved about a billions times (and preparing yourself to do
it once again), I advocate, and dis-advocate a few of
these suggestions:

1. Simply fold completion of the packing tape over. This does
not need any additional devices such as a toothpick which you will lose
and then have to go find more toothpicks. Be prepared to poke yourself in unexpected places with lost toothpicks (especially those ones on the flooring).


2. YOU HAD TO EMPTY YOUR BED ROOM CABINET! Factor # 1 -
Clothes are heavy, and depending on the strength of your dresser, they will shift around and
possibly alter the drawers. This took place to me with a more
economical dresser. I had the ability to get it back
together, which is good since I was a college student and didn't have
funds for another piece of furniture.

3. STILL, YOU HAD TO EMPTY YOUR BEDROOM CABINET!
Reason # 3 - The clothes are still heavy and depending on the weight of your cabinet, you will end
up with a piece of furniture so insanely heavy it will be difficult to move.

Especially if it has to go up stairs on someone's back (let's hope it's not yours).



4. I dis-advocate socks or other knit clothes products as packaging material.
While they are soft, socks around big glasses extend them out.
This is great if you are a man with huge feet,
however ladies socks will become unwearable. Also, you wish to make certain whatever you wrap
your socks or other knitwear around is clean. My papa packed up boxes and boxes
of dirty knickknacks utilizing his considerable collection of knit golf shirts.
They were totally gross after being twisted around unclean objects, stretched out, and some had holes from the sharp edges of a few of the things.

My mother was doing laundry for days after the relocation (I believe
she must have made him do it).

5. I absolutely advocate taking an image of the back of your TV, and maybe drawing a diagram of
it too. And labeling the cables. Makes hooking whatever back up in the brand-new location sooooo a lot easier.
I discovered that lesson the hard way.

6. There is a reason you load books in the SMALL boxes. Like clothing, they are heavy.
Packing them in luggage just works if you utilize a small
suitcase. Otherwise, you end up with a behemoth
of a bag that with wheels, you can just carry on flat surfaces and with
an elevator. Depending on the density of the books and quality of
your bag, you may likewise wind up ruining your suitcase.
Pack your clothing in them instead given that it's exactly
what they were made for.

Good luck movers!
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Oct 01

October Breast Cancer Awareness Month
With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we would like to do our part. During the month of October 2014, for every bag of dog food sold weighing 15+ lbs, J&J Feeds and Needs will donate $1.00 to the Susan G. Komen Organization. Visit ww5.komen.org for more information on their efforts or to make a donation of your own!

Mar 07

Spring Raffle

J & J Feeds and Needs…
Is bringing spring in with a bang, and we want you to join us. With any purchase of $25 and above on any amount of products store wide will win you a ticket, which you may put your name and number on. After you have filled out a ticket we will place the ticket into our raffle box and on the 24th of May we will draw one winner at each store. 
On May 24th one winner from each location will be picked at random for the choice of either a deer feeder (valued at $100) or gardening package (also valued at $100)!
RULES AND REGULATIONS: 
-To register, a $25 minimum purchase must be made from any items throughout either store. Filling out a ticket will get your name and number into the raffle box. (One entry per-day per person) 
- Employees and immediate family are not eligible. 
- On May 24th a person will be drawn from each store and the winners will be able to collect the prize of their choosing. 

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