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Introduction: Episode 4: Poultry Pals (02:19)

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This segment orients viewers to the topics Lisa Steele will cover in this episode.

Lavender Orpington (02:20)

Violet is Steele's most popular chicken on social media. Steele discusses the orpington breed.

Oysters (04:10)

Raymond Young demonstrates how to shuck an oyster and Steele tries a raw one for the first time. At the farm, Steele demonstrates how to prepare an oyster shell supplement for chickens.

French Toulouse (02:10)

Steele discusses adding geese to her flock and bird characteristics. Claudette is a mother goose to three goslings.

Gardening (02:28)

Steele tends the garden patch after a recent tilling and allows the chickens to search through the soil. Steele plants corn, radishes, melon, squash, and other seeds.

Indian Runner Duck and White Peking (04:04)

Steele discusses duck breed characteristics. She introduces viewers to Fern and Gregory and discusses their behavior.

Cloud Eggs (02:39)

Follow along as Steele prepares eggs in a unique way for a fun breakfast alternative.

Aromatic Herbs (02:28)

Steele grows an herb garden specifically for her chickens; she uses most of the herbs in their nesting boxes.

Splash Maran (02:15)

Steele introduces viewers to Miranda, her friendliest chicken, and discusses breed characteristics.

Credits: Episode 4: Poultry Pals (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1) (01:51)

Credits: Episode 4: Poultry Pals (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1)

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Episode 4: Poultry Pals (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1)

Part of the Series : Welcome to My Farm (Season 1)
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Description

Tarpon and snook are two of Florida’s most iconic game fish. Both species rely on mangrove creeks and ponds when they are juveniles. With half of the state’s mangroves lost to development, scientists employ creative solutions to restore and reconnect some of these important habitats to secure the future of the fisheries.

Length: 28 minutes

Item#: BVL283037

ISBN: 979-8-88678-515-9

Copyright date: ©2021

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