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Summary: A weekly podcast about hobby farming, agriculture, and general discussion. We talk about everything from raising worms and bees to keeping goats.
A rambling discussion on "duh! #winning! with honey bees" and my honey bee blood, goats, Japan, milking, disbudding, bees, springtime bee stuff, and some info on building swarm traps.
Join me on my oh-so-slow afternoon commute where we take some outstanding feedback, and embark down the strange, socially-tumultuous road that is sustainable agriculture.
Laura and I talk about new babies, gardening, and preparing for springtime.
Dead Bees, swollen goats, and sex-linked chicken breeding.
A lengthy BubbaCast where we talk about Christmas, go through some updates, take some great feedback, and explore the ins and outs of owning a well.
Another two parter where we take some great feedback and then talk about some things to consider when you decide to move to the country.
Join me on my rainy commute as we take an in-depth look at soap making.
Back from the grave. We take some feedback, do some general updates, read some news, and partially segway into soap making.
A wacky two-parter where we take some great feedback and discuss beekeeping on a budget.
Recorded on the way down to Sumner, GA to pick up hay. Anathema gives us a "Mystery Jam" shoutout from the farmers market, we get a new truck, talk about fall preps on the farm, and take some great feedback.
A follow up from last week's show, on this BubbaCast we discuss some of the more practical aspects of harvesting and processing honey for the hobbyist beekeeper.
Listener feedback show with some swanky new bumper music!.
Brian and Laura come back from vacation, take some feedback, talk about new critters, try to buy a truck, itch like the dickens, keep deer out of the garden, and do some irrigation.. redneck style.
A long two-parter where we talk all about the ins and outs of selecting, preparing for, and participating in a local farmers market.
The second in a series of honey bee pathogens. Today we talk about mites and beetles.