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Introduction video of my farm

 
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I am planning on starting a separate YouTube channel for my farm but right now I just posted a video introducing my orchards and myself and just have it on my channel that I usually dedicate towards traveling off road out west.. I hope this is OK to post here if not I understand if it needs to be removed I’m not really trying to make any money off of my channel. Not yet anyway...please like and subscribe to my channel. I’m trying to grow! I’m planning on dedicating a whole lot more time and videos to my farm and at some point will be creating an entirely different channel dedicated to organic Permaculture farming. Thank you
 
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Trying to figure out what to do with a steep kudzu covered slope.

 
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A style tip: turn your phone 90 degrees -- landscape instead of portrait.  You'll make a lot more friends.  Portrait mode is difficult to watch.  That's why TV's, computers, movie screens . . . are all horizontal, not vertical.

Best of luck.
 
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Looks awesome!  Thanks for sharing! :)
 
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Marco Banks wrote:A style tip: turn your phone 90 degrees -- landscape instead of portrait.  You'll make a lot more friends.  Portrait mode is difficult to watch.  That's why TV's, computers, movie screens . . . are all horizontal, not vertical.

Best of luck.


Hopefully soon I’ll have more of a blogging camera and microphone. Thanks for the feedback.
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Hey, sticks and stones baby. And maybe a wee mention of my stuff:
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