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I can’t believe it’s already the middle of May, can you? All segments of our business are really busy, and unfortunately, the prices reflect that. As most of you have probably seen or heard, (or maybe read about in this newspaper) the price of building materials is high. We’re hoping we migh…

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View the online version of our special Memorial Day 2021 publication here!

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You likely have seen the help wanted signs popping up at various businesses in St. Helens and across Columbia County.

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Can you believe it’s already May? Happy Mother’s Day to all the momma’s out there from all of us at the store - including those with fur-children! I don’t think my horses are getting me anything this year, but we can get all kinds of feeders if your fur-kids need an upgrade. We can get hay f…

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This time of year, we really start getting a lot of inquiries about our pole barn take-offs. Here at Dahlgren’s Do It Best, we’ve got plans designed and engineered for five different models. We’ve already got your guestimate prices written up, we’ve got the whole “ready-build pole barn” plan…

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Let’s talk a little about feed. We actually did really good last year - we sold a little over 500 tons, which is a big jump from the year before. That’s all-encompassing, of course, but I definitely sell a lot more pig and horse feed than the others. But chicken feed is up there, too.

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Well, it’s been an interesting time here at Dahlgren’s. With the snow and an increase in raw materials for panel and lumber products, we’re breaking records. Can I tell you when it’s going to change or top out? No. It’s way beyond what I ever thought it was going to be, and not only that, bu…

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View the online version of our 2021 Nonprofit Guide here!

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Gardeners have to pay attention to the cold-zone ratings of plants when they are planning their permanent landscape. These zones refer to the cold extremes woody or herbaceous perennial plants may encounter and survive.

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Well, we’ve made it through the first month of the year and, here at Dahlgren’s, we’re gearing up for our annual chick sale. We’re planning to get them in mid to late February, but I will start accepting special orders beginning February 1.

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Well folks, we’re certainly glad 2020 is over and we’re looking forward with great anticipation to 2021. Here at Dahlgren’s, we had the largest increase in feed sales in the entire operation in the Pacific Northwest, and we’re looking to expand on that even more.

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Coffee shops throughout Oregon provide customers with their daily coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, and other drinks that help wake them up in the morning and keep them awake throughout the day.

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While the Merchants’ Toy N Joy Auction isn’t held in-person this year, organizers said the event is still raising money for a good cause and auctioning off items to the community.

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Despite a pandemic - finding our grounding through tradition continues. And of all the holidays - our donors bring us the most in the way of Christmas.

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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Christmas Ships Parade along the Columbia and Willamette Rivers will still be held, according to organizers.