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Harvest Lugs was in touch immediately upon my ordering and provided welcome personal attention to the complexities of shipping to an island. Timely responses were provided every step of the way, and the lugs arrived as promised for the first harvest of the season.
Completely satisfied with the 30lb harvest lugs. They have worked great for harvesting heirloom tomatoes. We’ve also been using our lugs to transport various products to the Farmers market. Great service!
A group of us shared an order of 3 pallets of 30
lb harvest lugs. The price was great because there
were color variations and odd names on some of the
lugs (purchased blemished lugs), but who cares!
Even with shipping, buyingby the pallet was about
half price what these cost in smaller lots.
The University of Arkansas Fruit Research Station
purchased a pallet (160) of 30 pound blemished
lugs in June 2015. Everyone at the station was
smiling when the lugs arrived as they were the end
of dye lots and it looked like a rainbow with all
the different colors. We have used and abused
these lugs, and they are still in good shape. It
was a delight to deal with Harvest Lugs on this
purchase. I had lots of questions, which were all
answered to my satisfaction. When we need to
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We are well pleased with our lugs and the friendly
service we received . If we need any more lugs or
equipment Harvest Lugs will be our first stop.