MSB Week in Review 009

Here is this weeks MSB insider’s only video of our week in review. We want to make these videos really cool for members of the Support Brigade, so after watching it please be sure to leave questions and comments for what you want to see in next weeks updates.

The purpose of these videos is to give MSB members a behind the scenes look at what we do at the the Spirko homestead and with the operations of the TSP business itself. This will generally be things that we are reserving for our private members only.

All the videos are posted to Vimeo and are password protected. The pass code will be the same for all videos and it is prominently displayed on the main page of your MSB Private Area. You will see it as soon as you log in. You can’t miss it. It is in BOLD RED at the top of the page when you log in.

This Video Covers…

  • How we store food in our coop
  • Our coop watering system
  • Our first goose eggs
  • Jack vs. the white chicken, Jack loses
  • Pruning a tree with a really bad shape
  • Progress on starting trees from seed
  • Plans for the “batwing hugul”
  • Another 25 foot long hugul in progress
  • And more

You can view this weeks video at https://vimeo.com/86225963

Remember you can always find all our MSB Only Videos at http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/tag/msbvids

 

12 Responses to MSB Week in Review 009

  1. link won’t work.

  2. Same here, link doesn’t work

  3. get what you pay for. πŸ˜‰

    Works now

  4. Man, that’s a shame about the chuffa. The idea of ease of cleaning/harvest was what was so attractive to me about what you were doing and why I kept asking about it. I guess I’ll have to rethink how how to supply my future horchata fixes.

  5. Also, you’re trying to grow your goose flock, have you changed your mind about not eating them or do you just want more layers?

  6. I’m just loving these videos. Thanks! But having to wait a week for the next one is torture. πŸ˜‰

  7. I think you mentioned a source for legume tree seeds. Which one do you use and do you know of any that would have varieties food for pacific northwest? Thanks for everything you do!

  8. I would like to see the foundation you have built for the poly water tanks. I will be putting one in later in the year and would like to raise it up a few feet to develop some pressure.

    Thanks, the videos eliminate a lot of questions.

  9. Do you plant the trees at the top of the hugel mound? How is that possible when you have to typically dig a deep hole when planting a tree?

  10. I love these videos. I’m gonna be addicted to the PermaEthos video series. Please keep these up!