Coronavirus update: We remain open
Tuesday, 24th March 2020
Please note due to the increased orders and restrictions put in place to ensure employee safety for Covid 19, our orders are taking longer to arrive with customers. We will aim to get your order to you within 7-10 working days or sooner if possible.
Yesterday's announcement from Prime Minister, Boris Johnson that non-essential businesses and premises must now shut was chilling; however, we are an exception to this closure because we manufacture pet food.
Our office staff are now in the process of decamping to work from home. Leaving our manufacturing staff to do their level best to keep the birdseed diets flowing for your birds.
Some of our customers are bird-keepers, enthusiasts who enjoy aviculture and share their knowledge to help fellow hobbyist and others take great comfort in the watching and feeding of wildlife. We consider the provision of bird food to be essential for both and our team is fully aware that the consequences of not providing seed for captive birds could end badly. This is the motivation each Haith's team member has each day when they arrive to do a day's work and try to make sense of the crisis that's gripping even the most remote corners of the globe.
We will do our best to keep processing your orders, but please forgive us if our doorstep delivery isn't quite as slick as it usually is. Please bear with us and we'll help each other to get through the crisis together.
Please don't forget that our Haith's Helpline is open and we're waiting to take your phone call should you wish to place an order or just have a chat about your birds - see www.haiths.com/haiths-helpline/ for more information.
Also, we'd like to encourage you to become an ‘armchair naturalist’ and connect through nature to beat the coronavirus isolation - for more information see www.haiths.com/feeding-the-birds-can-help-the-nations-armchair-naturalists-beat-the-coronavirus-isolation-/
Stay safe and well.
With best wishes from all at Haith's
Simon King FLS
Written By Simon H. King