Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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I placed an order with Hoegger's on the 11th, and have never received any confirmation, let alone shipping information. I tried to call them but it says their 800 number is disconnected. I've also emailed customer service and have yet to get a response. Does anyone know what's going on with them?

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Sorry, the link didn't work. But you can Google it. It's pretty bad. 

Julieanne Cook said:

This from the Better Business Bureau. Interesting.

https://www.bbb.org/atlanta/business-reviews/mail-order-and-catalog...

I googled "BBB complaints Hoegger" and it popped right up. This is SO unbelievably sad! It was such an awesome business for so many decades.

I just checked out their Facebook page, and they haven't posted anything on there since September 13. There is a post pinned to the top of the page about their phone and computer problems, and there are hundreds of complaints in the comment section of that post! 

It is pretty sad, especially in light of what you said about this being a business that was built by grandparents/parents for their children.  I guess I shouldn't complain too much because at least I finally got my order and I'm not out hundreds of dollars like some people are.  I wonder if religious extremism is a factor, since that tract that was put in my order indicated that's going on. 

I feel like an old crank lately, because it seems like I encounter shady business practices so often.  Even my beloved hay supplier gave me a few bales of what was basically stems - worthless for goats.  All the more reason to promote the businesses that are trustworthy, I suppose. 

Another place that might have filters is Azure Standard. I know I got some from them some time ago. Their customer service is fabulous!

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