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Old April 11th, 2020, 07:30 AM #211
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Off topic, but I like this recipe for the larger ones. 'Tis simple but renders them very tasty. For smaller I just pop the breasts off like doves, wrap in bacon and grill...

https://honest-food.net/roast-pigeon-recipe/
Thanks. The recipe looks good!!
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Old April 11th, 2020, 11:48 AM #212
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LOL. I donít see why not. Iíll let you know. Heís in Churchville, off Glenville Rd. Raises sheep.

Iíll be eating the pigeons....

Iíve had pigeon and it tasted pretty damn good. Better than bland white boneless chicken breast.
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Protecting my aquarium as a prepper

For those that are into caring for fish, what would be the typical store of fish antibiotics that you would keep on hand for the purpose of preparing for their care?

There are numerous sites online to order fish antibiotics and I feel like it would be prudent to stock up on such antibiotics just in case.

Since these are often the same medicines as human antibiotics, and made in the same factories, you may not even keep fish as a pet yet have something to contribute to this discussion.

I've seen some aquarium keepers suggest the following as a means of protecting as small group of fish:

-Doxycycline: 200 at 100mg
-Clindamycin: 50 at 300mg
-Cephalexin: 100 at 500mg
-Amoxicilin: 100 at 500mg
-Metronidazole: 100 at 500mg
-Sulf/Trim (allergic myself to this, but for other family): 100 at 800/160
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For those that are into caring for fish, what would be the typical store of fish antibiotics that you would keep on hand for the purpose of preparing for their care?

There are numerous sites online to order fish antibiotics and I feel like it would be prudent to stock up on such antibiotics just in case.

Since these are often the same medicines as human antibiotics, and made in the same factories, you may not even keep fish as a pet yet have something to contribute to this discussion.

I've seen some aquarium keepers suggest the following as a means of protecting as small group of fish:

-Doxycycline: 200 at 100mg
-Clindamycin: 50 at 300mg
-Cephalexin: 100 at 500mg
-Amoxicilin: 100 at 500mg
-Metronidazole: 100 at 500mg
-Sulf/Trim (allergic myself to this, but for other family): 100 at 800/160
I keep SMZ/TMP and Amoxicillin. Doxy will be added soon.
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I wont tell you how much I spent on my fish .. you know just in case. I think Dr T had a list posted before that i went by. Truly cant even remember what i bought...
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I keep SMZ/TMP and Amoxicillin. Doxy will be added soon.
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When the prepper subforum first started I requested the SHTF Meds thread be added to the prepper page.
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A couple of articles on Drug Expiration Dates. Just some additional information to file away in case.

Drug Expiration Dates — Do They Mean Anything? FDA study gets to the heart of expired medicine and safety. Harvard Health Publishing. Harvard Medical School
https://www.health.harvard.edu/stayi...-mean-anything


Wasted Medicine, The Myth of Drug Expiration Dates, ProPublica Journalism in the Public Interest
https://www.propublica.org/article/t...piration-dates
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