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Shane McKee
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I think Geoff did some videos about integrating zombies into permaculture systems. I've been trying to reduce the amount of brain-based feeds I've been bringing in, but in colder months I find they need some supplementation. They're also a little more difficult to contain with the electro-netting, and the neighbours have had to dynamite a few, which is a pain. I'm currently paddock-shifting them through a number of local IT firms and nuclear research facilities, but would appreciate any advice.
 
John Pollard
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You need to look into heritage breed zombies. Try checking around with the chemical companies.
 
R Scott
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Can anyone say "self-turning compost pile"?

Electricity--just get them on a treadmill!

 
Shane McKee
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[PS thanks moderator for moving this to "Meaningless Drivel" - note to self: stop drunk-posting to Permies!]
 
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For more ideas, see how to prepare for a zombie attack...or gardening.

 
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