Today on The Survival Podcast I take your calls on beer, permaculture, ducks, cover crops, boats, LEOs and concealed carry, chickens, investing and more.
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Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
- Why cans over bottles for beverages
- Planting buckwheat in your systems
- Keep duck brooders dry, it is actually easy
- Moving to a new state without support or finding support
- Making choices on “cover crops” for pasture improvement
- Choosing a trolling motor for a small boat
- Concealed carry and LEO encounters
- Is it safe to feed crepe myrtle seeds to chickens
- Getting read to move to the country
- Thoughts on how much you should have before investing money
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- The Year 113
- Walking To Freedom
- TSP Gear
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- The Granddaddy’s Gun Club
- Bullhead Fishing
- Aquatics and Aquaponics Playlist
- Biltong for Breakfast
- How I Keep Duck Brooders Dry
- Humanity – Scorpions
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