Monday, August 29, 2016


Don and Jonna Bradway recently cashed out of the stock market and invested in gold and silver. They have stockpiled food and ammunition in the event of a total economic collapse or some other calamity commonly known around here as “The End of the World As We Know It” or “SHTF” — the day something hits the fan.
Washington Post 

Rabbits truly are the “one-size-fits-all” preppers domestic livestock and after reading the reasons why raising rabbits could be ideal for any prepper, we think you will agree.  Believe it or not, rabbits actually are the most efficient of all livestock in converting feed to muscle mass. That basically means that it is going to take less pellets/grass/weeds per pound of meat to raise a rabbit to butchering size than for any other animal, including chickens. At the same time, rabbits are also faster at reaching butchering size than chickens.  The Prepper Journal 

Prepper-oriented organically maintained farmstead of 8.63 Blue Ridge mountain acres, surrounded by larger farms/ranches and the Jefferson National Forest.  This farm is situated between two Appalachian mountain ranges, so is quite secure, and in a collapse situation it would be difficult for unwanted visitors to access it on foot from any major population center.  SurvivalRealty

So, what do you think of "Preppers"?  I don't think about them much, although we got a really good deal on a business back in 1999 from some folks who were fleeing the Y2K bug.  

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