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A note from the owners...

Armstrong’s Cricket Farm is more than a business. It’s our family’s legacy. We take immense pride in continuing to carry the torch onward in providing customers all across the globe only the very healthiest crickets and worms with top notch customer service. Many of you may remember, and will always associate, Jeff Armstrong as the owner and operator of the Georgia farm. He had an electric personality and made friends with everyone he met. With a heart of gold and an iron fist, he managed the Georgia farm with passion, care, and attention to detail. He loved his employees and valued his customers. Jeff was the owner from 1995-2016 upon his death after a short battle with cholangiocarcinoma. He still tried to come to work even in his weakest state because he wanted his crickets taken care of and his customers happy. He will always be missed and forever remembered as “Boss Man.” Our father entrusted us to pick up where he left off. With the grand efforts and dedication from our employees and CEO Debbie Reddish, the streak of excellence Jeff started continues to thrive. As co-owners of the Georgia cricket farm, we will not rest and let our foot off the pedal in driving forward to provide every customer what they need with the most respectful service. Our hopes for Armstrong’s Cricket Farm is that you, as the customer, will have your needs met in a timely manner and that we never stop in producing the best live products in the country.

Thank you for your support of our family’s business whether you are new to us, or have been a loyal customer for 30 plus years. We are grateful to God our Heavenly Father for allowing our great grandfather Tal Armstrong the privilege of making a cricket farm a business that is still supporting 5th generation family members. Our loyalty lies to God, to our father Jeff, to the employees at the farm, and to all of our customers.

Thank you and God Bless!

Paige Armstrong Ewing and Jessica Armstrong Curran

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