Monthly Archives: July 2013

Podcast 260 – Homestead Butchering Q&A

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Credit: Mike Ewing In this podcast, Paul interviews Brandon Sheard the Farmstead Meatsmith on homestead butchering, taking his questions from those posted by Permies.com readers in this thread. The interview is conducted over Skype, leading to some audio problems at Brandon’s end unfortunately. Paul starts by thanking Brandon for allowing him to publish Brandon’s videos […]

Podcast 259 – Update from The Laboratory

Credit: Sally Chang Five people and five days at the lab. Getting Paul caught up on progress, sightings and other less interesting stuff. First on the list is the POOPER: there are concerns about the strength of the structure and proper venting. Should garbage cans or plastic wheely bins be used for storage. Rafters are […]

Podcast 258 – Review of Paul’s Meeting with Joel Salatin Part 2

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Credit: Susan McGuiness Joel Salatin has many excellent ideas about making one’s farm into a viable business. See: You Can Farm: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Start and Succeed in a Farming Enterprise and Pastured Poultry Profits. These are his 2 books on the subject, classics in the field. Currently, Joel Salatin says he gets 25% […]

Podcast 257 – Review of Paul’s Meeting with Joel Salatin Part 1

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Credit: Susan McGuinness Paul and Garrett start discussing their interaction with Joel Salatin in a restaurant in Moscow, Idaho. Lectures and workshops with both Paul and Joel Salatin had been held in late June, 2013 at Palouse Permaculture. Paul gives his grandfather’s recipe for Basted Eggs. Punctuality issues: Paul likes to get to presentations early, […]

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