Justin Rhodes

DIY Chicken Coops and Cutting Feed Costs 100%.

Chickens are the gateway to sustainability (and freedom). If you are just starting out and want to know how to get the set up right or if you are just looking for some hints and tricks. That’s where I come in… I’ve literally helped thousands of folks just like you… Justin’s Video Trailer, view the full video here. PLUS, I’m giving away my plans for my ChickShaw and Chicken Tractor […]

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[Video] Why Chickens – With Joel Salatin (and friends).

I still can’t believe all that chickens can do for me (and you)… I’m talking eggs, meat, getting stuff done and connecting to your food. What’s Inside the Video?
1) One Reason for Chickens (Food): Eggs and Meat. 4 eggs a week, 6 Ibs of meat.
2) Another Reason (Work): I don’t till, fertilize, buy compost, spread mulch, use pesticides or herbicides.
3) Yet Another Reason for Chickens: Getting connected to your food source.

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The Chicken “Run” on Steroids!

A tractor trailer dropped off a pallet of organic feed onto my tiny dock. This cost me $800 and would only last 3 months. I had organized a feed co-op to save a $2 a Bag. That brought my 50 pound bag of organic feed to $34. That was the fall of 2013 and it ended up being the last time I ever bought commercial feed for my flock. I’ll […]

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How to Jump the Line Like Geoff Lawton

It was July 2014, the last day of our PDC at Geoff Lawton’s Zaytuna farm. He was in the front of the room jumping over an imaginary line. I’ll never forget the imagery for the rest of my life. This skinny English man, in classic Geoff attire, faced his students and literally hopped sideways over “the line”.

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Permaculture Chickens KickStarter

An educational film on raising chickens with nature from hatching to the plate (and everything in between). Justin’s Kickstarter Project can be found here The Film Chickens are the gateway towards complete self-reliance. Chickens are a perfect starting point for anyone who wants to be more connected to their food. Not only are they fun to raise; they offer eggs, meat, fertilizer, and they are capable of all kinds of […]

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