13 responses to Amish Business Directory
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    Brad Schott
    Comment on Sawmills in Minnesota and Wisconsin (March 24th, 2016 at 07:08)

    Sawmills in Minnesota and Wisconsin

    I understand there are a few Amish owned sawmills in Minnesota and Wisconsin. How do I find their contact information?

    Thank you,

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      Comment on Amish Business Directory (October 10th, 2016 at 23:14)

      Also, google Amish sawmills in Minnesota and Wisconsin

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    Comment on Amish Auctions (May 1st, 2016 at 07:46)

    Amish Auctions

    I am looking for a full list of Amish/Mennonite Auctions with date and who to contact. I love going to these auctions and I love consigning items. I live in Wisconsin but am interested in auctions in other states as well. Thank you!

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    Joyce DiDomenico
    Comment on Amish businesses (May 3rd, 2016 at 17:03)

    Amish businesses

    I really respect the Amish community. Instead of the”English” looking at the as if in a fish bowl we should stop an take lessons from they, the way they parent their children too love God,hard workers,respect their parents,elders,and all living things. Most of all the love of family. How they help their neighbors. Would a directory of Amish companies their merchandise is superb they take loving mastery in all they build so, I want to purchase more of the Amish merchandise clothing essentials, furniture,household items, toys and foods. I visited Lancaster didn’t have enough room to take home all I wanted most of all I know by purchasing Amish item I can help finance this communities church,to help when need the Amish people

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      Comment on Amish Business Directory (May 15th, 2016 at 22:42)

      This is very true I have mass respect for the Amish I climb trees for a living and I know if I went n worked with them I’d be beat the end of the day I would’ve loved to get into it if I didn’t have so many kids already and a wife they like electric and game and cell phones to much lol but me, when I was Kid I wanted to live in the wood and survive on the land forever that was my goal plan

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    Robert W. Pappenfort
    Comment on Amish Contractor needed (May 13th, 2016 at 06:06)

    Amish Contractor needed

    I will be renovating the older buildings in downtown Lenox, Iowa. If interested please contact me, Robert W. Pappenfort, P.E.
    P.O. Box 264 Greenfield, Iowa. 50849 or by email rpappen47@yahoo.com. You must have at least 30 years experience in construction according to the international building CODES. We Build according to ALL CODES. NO EXCEPTIONS.

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    John wendel
    Comment on Have a question (May 15th, 2016 at 22:34)

    Have a question

    I have a pair of Carolina climbing boots I’m a tree a climber and I’m kinda tight on money I got kids n stuff I was wonder if I could send u a picture and see what it would cost to put the steel toe gaurds/ cover and some sewing were it tore away from seems and just make the leather agin I just want em pretty and will last for awhile again. Thank you -jonn

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    Kyle bacher
    Comment on Land for sale (August 23rd, 2016 at 11:05)

    Land for sale

    Hello we are looking to relocate and start mini farm and leave the busy life behind. We grew up in upstate ny on farm around amish and loved it. Lost touch with amish family up there and most my family moved all over. We been in florida 20 years and looking to move north and be half back. Just got back from visit to dunlap Tennessee and love it there. Before we left and now trying to get ahold of amish families that bought up big acreage for logging. We love the property of this one road there and wanted to know if they would sell some of the acreage there so we could build close to good friends of our as they are like family. If anyone can email me a contact to find out thank you for your time.

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    Rochelle ginis
    Comment on Amish stores in and around Ellenburgh ny. (August 23rd, 2016 at 13:33)

    Amish stores in and around Ellenburgh ny.

    I recently bought a summer cabin on Chateaugay Lake in Chateaugay NY. I have seen the presence of Amish neighbors on my lake road, Ellenburgh, Burke ,Malone etc. Is there a listing of crafts people in that area and carpenters to build a deck on the back of my log cabin?

    I would love to know where to visit while I’m up there and find crafted projects and carpenters.thanks

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    Rochelle Ginis
    Comment on Amish Carpenters in and around Chateaugay Lake NY (August 27th, 2016 at 09:28)

    Amish Carpenters in and around Chateaugay Lake NY

    Through a contact I made at a barn builders business on Rte.11 near Ellenburgh I was able to get a contact of an Amish crew that builds decks in my area. It wasn’t through this blog that it was obtained. I’m having estimate done on Labor Day at my cabin. So happy. If interested I can tell you how it panned out.

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    donna weatherington
    Comment on need a shoe cobbler (September 5th, 2016 at 09:50)

    need a shoe cobbler

    I desperately need a shoe cobbler to build up a sole on a new shoe in the Kalona area?

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    Christine Simoneau
    Comment on I am looking for (October 4th, 2016 at 15:16)

    I am looking for

    I used to live in Waynesboro Tn. that is about 15miles from Lawrenceburg Tn. I went to a “machine shop” on the right side of the rd. (don’t remember the name) but there was a feed store on the left side of the road owned by a grumpy old American– I think the store was called grumpy’s or something like that, anyway, I would travel to the machine shop to get something made if the gentleman is still there. I have no way to find out and I now live about 250 miles away, not the kind of trip you want to take just to see if he is still there. Anyway, he has a neighbor who trained my horse to pull, that young man was moving but I am in hopes the other man has not. If anyone knows what I am talking about I would really like to know if he still has a shop there. I also have a suggestion: I have seen a directory sold in some Amish stores, that’s nice but to us “English” it is pretty much useless, to be of use to outsiders as well as the Amish it should be listed by what these people do, I have a difficult last name and I can say with confidence most of the Amish do as well, So rather than knowing how to find “Thomas” I would rather look for the town I live in and what trades are offered — then the person to contact. This is just a suggestion, but the directory only works for the Amish, not the English. Thank you for your time.

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    Comment on horse training (October 16th, 2016 at 12:55)

    horse training

    I have a few horses I would like to have trained to pull, I live in Glasgow Ky. now and haven’t been able to find anyone to train my horse. I tried clicking on the “horse related” listing, nothing happened, again if your “directory” was more specific I would buy it, but it doesn’t help a person just to see contact information if you don’t know what that person does for a living. I know there is a large Amish community in or near this area as I see them everywhere, I am amazed that when I stop an Amish person and ask they don’t seem to know anyone that does it either, who trains their horses?

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