I had such a pleasant experience
shopping here. I had never been there, I'm new to the area and just learning about all of the wonders of the Conyers/Covington area. And Patrick's is just wonderful! My boyfriend needed bushel baskets for his nephew's school party and knew Patrick's would have them.
We were greeted as we walked in the door, I think maybe by Patrick himself, and he was so helpful and knowledgeable. I thanked him for carrying non-GMO seeds, and he asked us about our gardening. In short order he had us set up with seeds and seedlings for us to plant a SECOND crop in our garden with onions, broccoli, cauliflower, sage, and rosemary! We bought pepper jelly, and fig preserves made locally, and a big hunk of hoop cheddar. They had things you didn't even know you needed LOL! They even offer quilting lessons and supplies.
Everyone was so helpful and it was just a great pleasure to do business with them. I look forward to their Christmastime offerings, and giving gifts from Patrick's!
Great People with Very good line of feed and seed. I have been trading with Patrick's for many years and have always found them to have a good product line for lawn and garden. Down to earth staff with the knowledge to help with anything I need. Just a good ol country store atmosphere. Nothing else like it.
Good Inventory, But not friendly or helpful.
I only go to Patrick's looking for horse feed, and all but 1 time I was sorry I stopped there. That time the owner was very knowledgable and helpful. Usually, I wait a long time while old ladies talk about someones grandbabies, then they don't know anything about any of the products, or if they are in stock. If I buy it without asking if they really have it, they don't when I go to get loaded, and have to go back in and start again. And, they do the bill by hand, writing on a paper bag, and often incorrectly-some may find this quaint, but I need an accurate receipt for business purposes. And for this pleasure, they charge more per bag for every horse feed than anywhere else.
They do have a good selection of horse feed, and I understand that they can deliver and offer a small discount for bulk orders-but this business needs to come into the current times-starting with the employees being trained to behave more like the owner(maybe now they are all relatives?) or replaced.
People with great knowledge.
It's a shame the person below experienced a bad situation but wishing bankruptcy on someone is very immature.
This is a great store with lots of good things available including very knowledgable staff. They also have a quilt shop there which is fun to visit. Give them a try!
Know that scales used in the store are not toys and are very expensive to replace. Please be sensitive to things you do not understand and ask questions.
don't shop here. don't dare go here and touch anything, cause an old witch will jump your ass and bite your head off and tell you, you can't do that!!!!! they do not have any signage saying to wait to be served!!!! i had been looking forward to going there all day, and walked in the door and got embarresed in front of about 50 people standing in there when she yelled at me!!!!! i had never been there before and didn't know how it worked. i saw an old woman with a plastic bag on her hand picking up candy and puting it in a bag. so i got a plastic bag and covered my hand and started getting some candy in a bag. then she yelled at me. i told her she needs to have up a sign telling how it works there. i left, and i would never go there to shop again, even if it was the last place on earth to shop. that is no way to get new customers!!!!! i hope they lose all of their business and go bankrupt!!!! i will tell everyone i can to not shop at patricks!!!!!!!!
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