Joining us in this episode is Aaron Dukes from Dukes Legal, P.A. In addition to his work as an attorney, Aaron is also a farmer and cattle ranch owner that has cultivated a successful agricultural and livestock operation.

Having the skills needed to raise and grow your own food may very well come in handy during these uncertain times – but what does it take to achieve this level of self-sufficiency?

Press play to discover:

  • The intricacies involved in meat production.
  • Why having a substantial stock of food is important as we face supply shortages.
  • How fertilizers are properly used in vegetable farming.

Want to get to know more about Aaron Duke and his distinct approach to farming and livestock cultivation? Join this informative conversation now!

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3bO8R6q

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