Karl Hammer of Vermont Compost has been feeding hundreds, sometimes thousands of chickens without grain for 20 years. His magic? Compost. But, do the chickens still lay? 300 a day! Oh, and he’s got unique donkeys that deliver the eggs and other goods to the customers in town :) ↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK “SHOW MORE” FOR RESOURCES ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Check out, Karl Hammer’s Vermont Compost: bit.ly/2qoQyYT Want more “How to” Videos? Check out my DIY Abundance Member Area: bit.ly/2qm33Hs ______________________________ SUPPORT US WHILE YOU SHOP: What to support us for FREE shop from this link: amzn.to/299fCOI We use Amazon Prime all the time to have stuff shipped right to our door! amzn.to/29ebL3P ____________________________ STUFF I WEAR EVERYDAY: Work Apron (Sturdy Brothers): i.refs.cc/9tziAcru Muck Boots: amzn.to/1sl2rQo Pilot G2 Pen: amzn.to/1sl2z2o Moleskine Pocket Notebook: amzn.to/1sl2Dz9 Bandanas: amzn.to/1sl2Jqs Hat (Circle A Brand):: bit.ly/1Wvefwi G-Shock Watch: amzn.to/1sl378r _____________________________ TOOLS I USE EVERYDAY: Leatherman multi-tool: amzn.to/1TLqFJp Ergo baby carrier: amzn.to/1sl3lwh Klean Kanteen (water bottle): amzn.to/1sl3rnN Premier 1 electric fence: amzn.to/1sl3Gzc Plugin electric fence charger: amzn.to/1Xb6eer Solar electric fence charger: amzn.to/1Wxsctt _____________________________ VIDEO EQUIPMENT WE USE: Little Camera (Cannon G7X): amzn.to/2a8mpu9 Big Camera (Cannon 80D): amzn.to/2kAYve8 Day To Day Wide Angle Lense for the 80D: amzn.to/2lamoG2 Rode shot gun mic for the 80D: amzn.to/2laD8wV Go Pro camera: amzn.to/27pYUjH Adobe Premier (editing): adobe.ly/1Nv8r2r Jobi Gorilla Pod (flexible tripod): amzn.to/1V4Z4rQ DJI Phantom IV Drone: amzn.to/2dvWwDY NOTE: Yes, some of those links above are affiliate links. What? Well, that just means I get a small commission if you actually click through that link and buy something. Hey, I figured if I’m gonna link to the actual stuff I use (and recommend) I might as well get a little dough from it, right? I don’t get much, but every little bit helps. Plus, I’m trying to earn a little to cover my time, money and energy we’re putting into this... You know, make it sustainable so that I can keep on keeping on.