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Raising Ducks for Eggs: Videos!

 
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My friend and I created two videos about raising (Heirloom) khaki campbells for eggs in a wet, north pacific coast permaculture environment some time ago. They are really getting popular on YouTube with the first segment capturing over 41,000 views.

I'd like to share and ask for your feedback as we are a north Oregon coastal community attempting sustainability and frankly, up against a lot of weather and enviro challenges. I want to say that I thought I knew all about organic gardening and animal husbandry until I came to the north Oregon coast... Then I realized I knew no-thing... Yup!

First video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZwqAJ3EBEw

Second video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctaS1_yGbDo&list=UU1eqaC733Cu-g66QNOzt7sg

Also my son did a great video on making compost tea:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd0M3pEJbJc&list=UU1eqaC733Cu-g66QNOzt7sg

Hope my Permies friends enjoy these vids and want to share. NO, we have not monetized them and not have even used them for marketing .... but we need to. Just to forward our efforts in sustainability and permaculture.

I welcome all your feedback...please. I was rusty in my filming and interviewing skills...had been many years. We will do some more vids in our area...we have a LOT going on with sustainability, off-grid, permaculture and other modalities. It's a cool place to live!




 
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