An Update On Mitch’s Farm


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  1. Hi Brian nice video great job well done πŸ…πŸ–πŸ–πŸ–πŸ•πŸ•πŸ•πŸ‘πŸπŸπŸ˜still wacht all ads😁GOOD LUCK hope it’s help you 🏝🏝🏝🏝🏝🏝🏝🏝🏝🎎

  2. BRIAN you make diference lacke with aeration and not aeration ……aeration help for mantain water fresh for sustain life ……die water are water what have zero oxigen and all life die of lacke,more oxigen can grow up half lacke bank fish

  3. If there was a air-compressor with a hose attached, blowing air to the bottom of those ponds, those waters would clear up and freshen up within a short time for sure.

  4. Wow hope you guys get that much needed rain storm soon. Just from the videos one can see how far down the ponds have gotten since you went over for the intervention.

  5. you need to drain the third pond ihto the 1st and second pond after you test the third pond with the ph test solution kit just use yur trash pump

  6. Lord if it is your will refresh this dry land and rain life into the lived of these your children. Thank you for the blessing water of life, amen πŸ™πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­πŸŒ§

  7. Yup. Been a strange so called rainy season also up here in pangasinan.
    Supposed to get around 18 inches of rain, just in July, have had about half that amount this year. Next month ( supposed to be the wettest!) is supposed to give us 20″ . Don’t think that will happen either. For comparison, we are supposed to get 85 inches of rain as compared to Talibon’s 52 inches..
    Back in England, I lived in the driest part. Had less than 20 inches per year.
    Ex number cruncher!! πŸ˜‚
    Luckily we have two high mountain ranges either side of our province, with many rivers( with high levees )draining on to the flat plains, keeps the aquifer topped up!
    Two years ago, had so much rain by now, the rivers over topped their banks and flooded out many thousands of people, forced to live in evacuation centres, livestock was moved up on to the higher level highways. Some fields near me had 7 feet of water on them! Actually have depth gauges by them!!
    Many people had to wade thru water up to their necks, to get to the evacuation centres, very few boats around!

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