Join us as we discuss and drink from the fire hose that is Mr. Wheaton…
The best permaculture techniques for us city folk
Thoughts on livestock
Why you should stop composting
A super simple food preservation method post SHTF
The evils of Chicken Tractors
What booms squish means
Rocket Mass Heaters
My project thread Agriculture collects solar energy two-dimensionally; but silviculture collects it three dimensionally.
The In the Rabbit Hole Urban Survival is a very informative and entertaining podcast put on by Hosts: Aaron, Jonathon, and Jason. These three have put together a really good podcast all about Intelligent Preparedness, Urban Farming and many many other topics. unlike some Preparedness and Survival websites and podcasts the ITRH Urban Survival Podcast guys rarely enter into the tinfoil hat conspiracy theory world in thier podcast (except for humorous purposes). One of the concepts that the ITRH guys invented and have really expanded is Survival CHI which stands for Community Health and Intelligence. This concept is a survival concept that can very easily permeate through to the rest of your life and it is also some of the concept that are very important to Permaculture as well.
The topics discussed on the podcast are very broad and well rounded some of my Favorite episodes are: Bitcoin Explained, Building a Survival Community, Social Engineering,Survival CHI, The Urban Homestead.
I hope that everyone gives some of their podcasts a Listen I don't think you will be disappointed!
I used to listen to the ITRH podcast but when I got busy it didn't make the cut - I didn't feel like it was as informative or entertaining as some others. But I appreciate what the creators are doing. I'll give it another listen soon, and maybe it will make it back into the rotation.
Dustin Powers wrote:The argument could be made that a caged animal suffers more stress than a properly paddock shifted animal, which negatively attributes to the taste of the animal
The argument COULD be made, and in fact HAS been made, and furthermore is likely to be TRUE.
For some rabbit raisers there are other factors that mitigate in favor of caging rabbits. Among them are (1) space constraints, (2) regulatory restrictions, (3) manageability concerns, etc. Also, questions of degree that are relevant: HOW MUCH does it affect the taste? Does the effect on the taste outweigh the other factors?
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