Today on The Survival Podcast I take your calls on cryptocurrency, vaccines, land restoration, dogs, electric fencing, garden problems, vehicles, wicking beds, business and more.
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Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
- Spending crypto currency with a “debit card”
- Why vaccine side effects are under reported – real world evidence
- More on repair of damaged land – this time from storm damage
- Why do some pros train dogs in German vs English
- Dealing with weeds on your electric fence
- Dealing with blight and cucumber mosaic virus
- To lease or to buy a vehicle or is there a third option
- All about my wicking beds
- The difference between business owner and self employed
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- The Shift Card
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- Captain Jacks Dead Bug Brew – Spinosad
- American Dream – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
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