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This is a practical clip that gives me no great joy. There is a reality to bbreeding Japanese quails, even on a tiny city farm.
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If your breeding for meat would keep the heavier males that produce more meat.
Actually, I just keep the prettiest ones, or those of less common colour. Even the angry ones calm down when there's not many other blokes around.
By killing the more aggressive males you may eventually breed a more passive bunch do you think?
I used to remove the skin, feathers and all. It's a really quick method but I think it lets the birds dry out.
Oh, I really only kill them when I have too many males and they start to injure each other.
Good video Andy.
How were you taking the feathers off before you tried this method?
Not gory :) but I doubt if I could do what you do....I couldn't bring myself to kill my snails!
That's my guess Jeff. I did appeal and explained that it was a food mushroom kit sold commonly in major hardwares over here. I doubt a human even read my reply. The Peruvian apple got banned as well. Too phallic in shape apparently. I'm apparently a real rogue!
Sweet corn is a slang word for drugs its also possible to get banned for video with sweet corn did they think drug mushroom growing.
Youtube is a weird and wonderful place. They banned a video I put up on growing a button mushroom kit. There's no actual violence (as in killing) shown so it should be okay.
Any chance they will censor for violent content on youtube.
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