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Robert Plecker

Chicken Talk


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Chicken Talk is a basic talk show where we as a community can learn about modern urban agriculture

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So how in the world do you make pickled quail eggs? Well there have been some posts in the Chickens For Sale classifieds. The actual link to the recipe is here Pickled Egg Recipe. I have some experience making pickled quail eggs and... more

So have you been homesteading for your entire life and got married a couple years ago. Well what's the wife think? Every woman who's ever dated a cowboy is a country girl right up until it's time to do the chores because the husband... more

Bella and I are a team. We have been homeless a little over a month now. I had went through a horrible medical emergency and my apartment suffered a slight bit of damage to a carpet patch that appeared to have been repleaced... more

Well folks to start with going to a live poultry auction is alot of fun. You will see all manners of poultry that you probably have never even heard of. When you go to a live poultry auction you will be able to see the health of the birds as well as... more

Hello everyone we are going to discuss the different options available to most chicken owners and the pros and cons of those feed sources. There are reasons to buy feed from feed stores of course as well as there are reasons to... more

So adjusting to homestead life once we choose that direction cannot be found in any handwritten guide and if you're lucky you have a neighbor nearby with similar interests. Homesteading can be very rewarding and if we are dedicated enough... more

So I realize that today is at no certain time but as the sunshine awakens me in the mornings I decided today to start a live broadcast and everyone is welcome to join in. We do have the live guest call in and the phone number is... more

So I had the biggest little farm in our whole city. It took up 2 city lots and I had every sort of chicken and vegetable that a person could possibly think to grow in the city. I took on this sort of hobby after becoming disabled. Before that... more

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