Today on The Survival Podcast I take your phone calls on ducks, internet marketing, nutrient density, growing fruit, side hustles, food storage, dogs, psychology and more.
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Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
- Choosing a duck breed and considering muscovies
- Choosing a domain name in regard to dot com, net, etc.
- Testing your food for nutrient density, is it even worth it
- Wild strawberry as ground cover
- When is the right time to start promoting a side hustle
- Yes the food saver jar adapter works with the Cabella’s vac sealer
- More on dogs, friends and irrational behavior
Resources for today’s show…
- Join the Members Brigade
- Join Our Forum
- Walking To Freedom
- TspAz.com – Support TSP When You Shop Online
- The Granddaddy’s Gun Club
- Bullhead Fishing
- Biltong For Breakfast
- Brix Meter
- My Video on Dot Com vs. Dot Net, etc.
- Dirt Doctor Fruit Tree Program
- Cabela’s 15 Inch Vac Sealer
- Food Saver Jar Canner Accessory
- On this Day in 1867 The US Takes Possession of Alaska
- American Jesus – Bad Religion
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