Brian Sheehy from Havegard Bird Seed joined us for Door County Outdoors on Saturday. He said that their company was started on Washington Island in 1974 and sold people food like flours and hot cereal. The company began packaging bird seed as a byproduct of the people food and they outgrew the facility on the Island and the feed mill operation moved to Algoma in 1981….[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/brian1.mp3|titles=Brian Sheehy- Algoma Feed Mill ]Sheehy says that one of their customers can go through 60 – 80 tons of product per week while the retail store in Sturgeon Bay typically sells approximately a million pounds per year. When it comes to attracting birds to your feeder, Sheehy offers this advice….[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/brian2.mp3|titles=Brian Sheehy- what’s best at attracting birds?]You can hear the entire conversation with Brian Sheehy from Havegard Bird Seed by clicking Door County Fish Report. This Saturday on Door County Outdoors, Dan Farah from the Walleyes for Tomorrow/Dave Pagels Memorial Ice Fishing Tournament will join us at 8:30 on WDOR.