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Radio Pets with Keri Davis & Frank Ferrante

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Today we are going to speak with Bud Wood

Bud Wood is Co-Owner and President of Murray McMurray Hatchery

Bud has been involved with the Hatchery since 1987. 

They produce and ship over 100 different breeds of chicks and carry a full line of poultry related items . Murray McMurray officially started his chicken business in 1917. For over 95 years, Murray McMurray Hatchery has been supplying the small farmer, rural egg producer and chicken enthusiast with a wide variety of day-old baby chicks, pullets, ducklings and much more. If you have been thinking that it might be fun to dabble in the world of backyard chickens this is the place. They have a full line of different breeds of poultry and chickens to satisfy chicken lovers of every age In their show Radio Pets, Keri Davis and the host Frank Ferrante will be interviewing leading experts in a variety of fields where humans and animals work side-by-side.

   She is founder of the company Sacred Kinship www. sacredkinship.comand works as an Interspecies Life Awareness Coach, bridging the gap between the animal and human worlds to facilitate deep personal growth.

She is trained through the Institute of Integrated Sciences, in the HUNA™ program (Humans Understanding Nature and Animals) which is based on the philosophy that all life is connected and cannot be separated. She has also been mentored by some of the world’s leading figures in animal consciousness and a variety of energy healing modalities such as Body Talk, Colour Therapy, Meridian System, Iridology and more.

Frank Ferrante is a Producer and host. Frank has produced Radio shows, TV commercials, and documentaries. Frank has done research and studied animal issues for the past 8 years.

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