Joe Alton, M.D., aka Dr. Bones, is an M.D. and fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American College of OB/GYN. Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Nurse Amy, is an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner.
They are also well known speakers across the country, podcasters, and YouTubers, as well as contributors to leading survival/homesteading magazines. You will find over 700 posts on medical preparedness on their website, doomandbloom.net.
Their mission is: To put a medically prepared person in every family for disaster situations. Today they join us to discuss the truth about fish antibiotics for emergency use and myths about drug expiration dates.
Join Us Today To Discuss…
- What is the difference between fish antibiotics and human medications
- How we know that fish antibiotics are actually the same as human antibiotics
- Are there animal antibiotics that can’t be used on humans
- Why would anyone want to purchase fish antibiotics
- A list of antibiotics that everyone should store for emergencies
- What a few highly available antibiotics can be used to treat
- The truth about expiration dates on drugs both prescription and OTC
- The best method for storing antibiotics and other meds long term
- How one can safely accumulate medicines that don’t have animal equivalents
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- The Berkey Guy – (sponsor of the day)
- Doom and Bloom
- Great Article by Doc Bones on Fish Antibiotics with A Good List of what to Stock
- Video – Fish Antibiotics in Survival Situations
- One Day To Late by Skillet – Music I Closed with Today
Bob Wells Plant of the Week – CHANDLER STRAWBERRY PLANT – Highly adaptable from zone 5 to zone 9.
The Chandler Strawberry has a very large, red, glossy finish, with a large conical to long wedge shaped. The fruit quality is excellent, and the Chandler Strawberry produces a high yield, which are excellent for coastal areas down to zone 9, yet are cold hardy enough to grow in zone 5.
If you live above zone 5 they have other varieties available. FYI, September is the time to plant strawberry plants. You plant them in the fall, so that they can establish their roots all winter long.
You can put pine straw or mulch around the plants to protect the roots during winter. After winter, they will leaf out and you can start harvesting the berries in late May.
Bob Wells specializes in edible landscape, including: Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Nut Trees, as well as the hard to find Specialty Fruit Trees. Find this plant and more at BobWellsNursery.com
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