17 Burst results for "David Reeves"

"david reeves" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:11 min | 8 months ago

"david reeves" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Scene there because it wouldn't make Any sense, I guess or a difference with the drivers getting in and out like every two or three minutes, But I would think that it would help. Some got to be better than nothing at all. Yeah, Union that represents a lot of the UPS employees is the Teamsters and the head of the local Teamsters in Waco, says some of our drivers have recorded 140 inside their vans. Think about that You're going, uh, grabbing that package from the backward That's probably where the 1 40 is. And then you're still in the heat going and walking and placing it on the front step isn't coming back and then getting into a truck where nothing is blowing. Except for maybe you get some wind if you get to get up to speed, But if you're stopping every 2 to 3 minutes, you're probably not getting any speed to get the wind. This mother in Waco says her son was totally healthy. He was only 23. She tried reaching him while he was working for ups. He didn't respond, which was really unusual. So she went up to the UPS facility and ultimately called police as well. And they found her son dead in the parking lot in the parking lot. No one noticed. There's a body laying down in the parking lot. Mm hmm. So they're calling for More more supervision. They said that the least ups could be doing is calling in and checking with their drivers. Hey, you're doing okay? Definitely. If you haven't heard from them for a while, get a little bit concerned. Don't wait till a family member comes up to the facility looking for them. Yeah, This is David Reeves. He is with the Teamsters local in the Waco area. He's commenting about the situation of the package. Cars that are driving delivering the packages have air conditioning us out of them. In some cases, they've had employees record temperatures up to 140 degrees in the back of the package cards where they were The family has an attorney. The autopsy has not been completed yet on the 23 year old, but Rod Tanner says they do want answers here, and they're looking at all of their options. There's no lawsuit pending at this point. Will make a final determination about that, as soon as we have obtained all the relevant evidence it is concerning, though, that there have been so many heat related fatalities, injuries and deaths. How many, Mr Tanner? I have not heard of any. I'm not saying they don't happen. What is that number? Well, I would say one is too many. And I'm just kind of curious. We've got many people that listen to the show that that drive in these ups trucks and I think it probably I don't know if The Postal Service. At some point they kind of were like that to the least the truck that I've seen recently look like they've been converted from vans and stuff, so hopefully they have a C and I'm But if you're driving is this just You know what you expect when you go to work for ups is that there is not going to be any A C. Do they do anything to Check on your well being during the day. Do they make sure you've got a Yeah, cooler, full of stocked ice water on the side that they supply for you. I mean, what are they doing to combat these types of things from happening if they're not going to install a see, the family says this 23 year old driver had passed his physical with the Department of Transportation. And again, the mom says he was in very good health. Very, very hard working, and she's as you would imagine. She has just devastated here's Georgia Rodriguez talking to Waco station and made a call or or got in there, and nobody would have noticed that my son was missing. All right, So they found him in the parking lot, and he was dead. She was 23 years old, right? 51283605 90 call or text with your thoughts on this story. We also have the city of Austin preparing to award cash to people. Who do a really good job of not picking up their cell phone while they're driving. You heard that correctly Cash prizes for not picking up your cell phone while driving the city says We're on pace to smash all records for traffic deaths and serious injuries in Austin, so we have come up with an app. And you can download the APP and then agreed to take part in the contest, and we have $10,000 in cash prizes to award So many things with this. I'm going to start with Why in the world would you want the city of Austin to track everything you do? What? The city of Boston of all places. Why would you have them track you, but that's set aside. I do not understand this trend. Of putting out rewards for good behavior. Whether it is to pay you for not looking at your cell phone while you're driving to pay you not to shoot someone, Um I don't understand it. It's like if you want your dog to do something, and you continually give them a treat to do that. What happens when you take that treat away? Do you think that dog's going to continue to do it? Well? When you cut back to police force, and they have to virtually end traffic enforcement. You're in a kind of a tight spot. So you have to dream up these cash prices for people to do the right thing while they're driving. How about you just fund the police department. If you get caught texting while you're on your phone, you pay a fine not we give you money for not texting Lewis Laugh is with the city of Boston. He talked to CBS Austin News. And he says Austin's roads are very, very dangerous now, so we want everybody to download this app. And try not to pick up your cell phone while you're driving. We're going to keep score and some of you will win cash prizes. We've already exceeded 430 serious injuries and fatalities this year in Austin. 430 people killed and seriously injured.

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"david reeves" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"david reeves" Discussed on KOMO

"Day. You have Yes. Make it happen baby, insisting those supporters believe they were taking direct orders from their commander in chief. We are physically lead manager Jamie Raskin making the case. Trump was laying the groundwork for years. January 6 was not some Unexpected radical break from his normal law abiding and peaceful disposition. This was his state of mind. But the majority of the Republicans in the room unmoved and as the Senate wait his fate. Trump was on the golf course seen in these photos from the Daily Mail. His lawyer, David shown ready to claim Trump did nothing wrong. He has condemned the violence. And doesn't anyone in any way want to be associated with what happened in this violent incident? Prosecutor's already undercutting the defense, claiming the idea he was exercising his First Amendment rights is a distraction and that incitement of insurrection is not protected under free speech. He was the president of the United States. And he had spent months Months. Using the unique power of that office. His bully pulpit to spread that big lie, arguing. This case is bigger than one man saying the fate of the country now hangs in the balance. What unfathomable horrors await us If we do not stand up now and say no, This is not America, and only a handful of Republican senators seem to be keeping an open mind. One of them, Senator Bill Cassidy, says he wants to hear from Trump's defense team on why he didnt condemn the violence sooner. ABC. Rachel Scott reporting and the defense team and the rest of the Senate trial is in a break right now in a recess there, first of the day North Carolina man under arrest for allegedly making threatening phone calls to the White House. I'm going to chop your heads off. David Reeves allegedly told a White House operator during the late January phone call when the Secret Service called him to ask about it, Court records said Reeves told the agent he had free speech and did nothing wrong. In another call to the White House court records quoted Reeves saying, I'm going to come Well. The President Reeves has several prior arrests, and he has now been arrested for threatening the president of the United States. He pleaded not guilty and was ordered detained. A BCS Aaron Carter ski, It's 11 20 times for a PROPEL insurance business Update from Jennifer Cash, Inca American Girl Dolls are back in favor. Mattel reported a 9% increase in the doll's gross billings in the latest quarter. And the first year over year growth in four years. Mattel says the increase is notable since covered 19 has caused a number of business disruptions, including permanent closure of some stores and a sharp drop in tourist to American girl flagship locations. Intel as it the Barbie Dream House was the top toy in the U. S for the quarter and 2020 Spirit Airlines is planning to start training new pilots and flight attendants as early as next month as the budget carrier positions itself for travel rebound after the pandemic slump. Spirit says growth in the airline industry is going to be at the leisure end, and it's preparing to be a big server of that guest. Spirit declined to say how many employees it plans to add this year. That's your money now. Money news a 2050 past the hour and the markets remain mixed with the Dow down by 51 points. The NASDAQ is up by nine the S and P 500 essentially flat higher by just one point. Money news a 2050 past.

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"david reeves" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"david reeves" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You expect a tax refund the I. R S is now starting to accept 2020 returns. America's listening to Fox News Staying connected continues with 1061 FM Talk A North Carolina man is accused of making multiple threats against the life of President Biden, Matt McClure. Reports. David Reeves of Gaston County appeared in court Thursday following his arrest back on February, 5th court documents reveal. Reeves called the White House and Capitol police switchboards multiple times over a span of several days in late January, making expletive filled threats. He also allegedly made similar statements over the phone with the Secret Service agent. And the judge ordered Reeves to stay behind bars. I'm Matt McClure hospitalizations due to covert 19 have dropped to the lowest level seem in the state since December there below 2200 more than 1.5 million people in the state of now received at least one dose of the vaccine. Durham County School leaders are reconsidering plans to keep students on virtual learning for the rest of the school year. They're concerned a new bill requiring schools to offer some in person classes will pass the Legislature, the district said. If they don't start drafting plans now, they'll only have two weeks to get ready if that bill becomes law. Man is behind bars in Rockingham County after deputies say he beat and robbed an elderly man in a wheelchair. Michael Muncey's accused of entering the man's home on entrance court in Eden, beating him with a bat than stealing cash and medicine. Sports. The hurricane secured a road win over Dallas last night, 53 captain Jordan, Staal said. It wasn't pretty, but they'll take it. We did grind a bit, and we found ways to create some offense and sometime the goals and you know what kind of lady to points. They'll play the Stars again tomorrow night, then their home against Columbus on Monday. College basketball this weekend. Wake Forest versus Florida State That one gets underway at noon tomorrow. Then the Blue Devils travel to Rollie. They'll face the wolf. Pack it four o'clock, You and C is on the road Ville tip off against Virginia at six. With continuing news updates from around the state. I'm Kyle Wilson. There's a freezing rain around, especially for the northern team on the northern course the plane will continue through noon. Tomorrow is temperatures will be in the low maybe middle thirties with occasional rain showers this afternoon. Some spotty freezing rain, light rain or freezing rain tonight like rain and freezing rain tomorrow with temperatures in the mid thirties from the Weather Channel meteorologist raced a Chicago one of 61 FM talk Next news in 30 minutes. Follow us on social media go to one of 61 FM talk dot com to connect. We're living in a time like no other all doctors to the E R. That's why we have to rely on each other and those on the front lines. Whether battling Coben 19 enacting social justice or.

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"david reeves" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The check on the markets and equities not quite deciding where they want to end up at the moment Richard Abigail Doolittle and that you said that they're somewhat jittery ahead that moves there and it's similar to yes London on guy Johnson joy to you in the British capital S. and P. five hundred closed down that of course was on that virus drug disappointment plus California reported its deadliest day yesterday so something we learned yesterday David is that not priced into the wall of worry our setbacks around the virus so that could be something that's holding stocks back it's also interesting to note that the emerging markets down on the day Asia was weak and then here in the U. S. high yield down about one percent that high yield credit other risk assets down for second week in a row so bitter clashes tone of course we've been in this big rally so that might be a bit nervous whether or not it lasts yeah we're going to close a pretty rough week I think it's fair to say particularly for oil what's going with energy stocks was remember well went down into the negative territory this week well you know it's interesting because on the week we actually had energy is the only up sector let me check to make sure that's still true yes it is up one point one percent even the oil is down thirty three percent a little bit of discontent connect some of those investors I bottom fishing so to speak and we take a look at the S. and P. five hundred on the week it is a bit of a bad week in fact the worst week in about five weeks I believe down two point seven percent inflection points can sometimes happen very slowly it'll be important to see what next week brings with another down week next week that could suggest you might see some sort of a whipsaw in a in a merging range and next week David we will get a look at earnings from some big companies such as apple alphabet Amazon Microsoft it could be important earnings week along with the mac for that we've been paying attention to but investors right now some just a little bit cautious statement all the tech guys okay thanks so much and will do little for that report on the markets and now we go to the White House with the president at this hour is due to sign that four hundred eighty four billion dollar spending package try to bring some help to a troubled economy at same time it looks like the next row which we were talking what may have been that easy we turned out of Josh Wingrove who covers the White House for Bloomberg Josh welcome to already disobeyed a fairly vigorous debate going on over what happens next and particularly the state assistance issue yes absolutely and there is you know contention may of course leader McConnell the Republican in the Senate saying that he would rather some people be bankruptcy route than putting an aid package together per state of course Democrats have made that a priority the president has not really taken a firm position either way but the reporters right now are waiting to go into the oval office to watch him sign the latest virus bill and I guess we'll take it from there it really remains unclear as to what will be in the next package of course David Reeves to spend weeks or months yeah you know fighting over how to spend his levels of money and now they can do goal of the door in days but better be ministers have been pumping the brakes saying the base for the next package you may be the last one but of course that all depends on the virus yeah exactly also we've got an election coming up so that really may affect the schedule through the summer coming out one other thing Josh we hear a lot from the White House about getting the economy back going again present jobs were very eager to do that at the same time he sort of tried to pump the brakes to use your phrase on the governor of Georgia state we now the vice president Mike pence on a radio program this morning saying he thinks we could could be back in business by Memorial Day is the one is in danger of getting our hopes up too high I mean I think that it's been tough to track where they want people to go remember we're in the phase of bits reopening these have a three page plan if they follow the road map laid out of the White House the Georgia governor to be mentioned got a ten o'clock by trump for a given trump's G. deviating from that but yeah it is it has been tough to know how quickly you know state should be re opening if you believe the White House I guess we'll see we're continuing to see signs that we reach plateaus and some of the worst hit U. S. areas on the flip side the lead top fifty thousand deaths today that is of course a very solemn and somber mile marker and the impact of the fires at and of course yes that is by far the most important thing how many people are sick or even dying no question about it at the same time as the president all concerned about his approval because there seems to be some indication now that he's having some erosion of his approval as he could talk so often the White House and sometimes on things that seem a little off he has been more combative with the press lately of course but I think he suggested that there might be a way to use the light inside the body or use disinfectants inside the body to fight the the the virus ability the White House has been walking that back over the course of the date the polls have been not looking good for him and that in two ways both those polled against by then the the presumptive democratic nominee of course but in particular trump is trailing governors in important swing state voters in places like Michigan Pennsylvania or things that they think that their democratic governors have done a better job responding virus vans the president has to be so those are various warning signs but of course you know election can change thank the president supporters are still really motivated and that might be affecting people of course we have to deal with social didn't thing in an election campaign we don't really know how that would look yeah we certainly tell it's a long way to November whiskey than mine thank you so much to Josh Wingrove he covers the White House for Bloomberg and now it is time for Bloomberg first word news of that we turn to mark Crumpton David thank you as my colleague Josh Wingrove just reported the U. S. death toll from the corona virus has now reached fifty thousand it's now the global epicenter of the outbreak the latest figures also show that some seventy eight hundred seventy thousand people in the U. S. have been infected New York city's been the hardest hit more than sixteen thousand people have died here president trump's comments on injecting bleach to kill the corona virus are sparking concern among experts who call it a quote ridiculous concept that would damage the loans the parent company of Lysol is warning today that its products should not be used as an internal treatment for the corona virus this after Thursday's White House briefing where the president noted that researchers were looking at the effects of disinfectants on the White House on the virus excuse me considered allowed if they could be injected into people today the White House countered that the media was misinterpreting the president's comments the number of coronavirus cases in China may have been four times higher than what was officially reported that's according to a study published in the lancet medical journal the lancet says the way infections are measured can change significantly as a virus spreads as testing evolves and increases it says if the term clinical diagnosis have been applied cases would have been about two hundred thirty two thousand China reported fifty five thousand infections global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in over one hundred twenty countries I'm more Crompton this is Bloomberg David thanks so much mark coming up here Dr Richard Besser he's the head of the Robert wood Johnson foundation is here to talk about his new role on the council try to get new Jersey and some other northeastern states back online that's coming up next this is bound to power on Bloomberg television and radio there are times when you have to go it alone but these should not be those time with the medical crisis in any other central bank execute Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene and Jonathan will be through the dynamics that are gonna check.

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"david reeves" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The current and you are gonna love it you would just love to trust me on this no ads just the news that you need things like you didn't know even existed in the next issue we have some really great links to the BBC did this great podcast series and everything leading up to the moon landing and landing itself well now they're covering Apollo thirteen the same way something you don't want to miss five G. corona virus is there a correlation between the two we've got some quick tips and did I mention has no ads I think I said that go to command about com slash the current once again that's commando dot com slash the current up Mike in Litchfield Connecticut hi there Mike hello welcome to the show today what's going on okay I have a small to mid size website development company we specialize in website repair and over twenty five years he probably touched on thirty thousand projects it's a lot mostly mostly repair and what I wanted to share with you with the cove it issue that we're having and although we're all working at home and that's fine we're still up and running soon as the shutdown happened I was like putting all in G. one of my going to deal with those sales and I have all these people I'm responsible for but that isn't what happened what happened is my sales quadrupled because everybody is now calling and they want to do one of two things either get their twelve year old website working again for a start in internet ecommerce site so they can make money because they have no income right and my dilemma is decent people are taking their last penny yeah you know instead of paying their mortgage I mean they're telling me their whole life story and want to put it into building a website and it just doesn't go that fast which yeah which you know is it doesn't work that way if you build it they do not come okay they do not come right it absolutely I have people that will say you know well I you know I have a great idea I'm going to be an affiliate for Amazon and I'm going to refer people okay you're gonna make like okay go so ninety thousand dollars worth of stuff on Amazon and maybe you'll make a grand okay or I'm going to make money off the Google ads well yeah that's what he called the Google okay it's it's hard I know you could you want to be honest with them I'm sure I am I am and you know and I'm turning a lot of them down because your ideas just turn no good it's too late in the game they don't have any background so they had no knowledge is that's not something that you just do on a whim and then you become a millionaire the next day it just doesn't work that way and so and I don't want to take somebody's last you know sent for a pipe dream that isn't going to help them even in the long term well and see if you're an honorable guy okay a lot of people in your position would say you know what I got bills to pay if they're willing to pay me to do this then I'm gonna go ahead and do it and I've got employees and you've got health insurance and you've got you know everything else under the sun you've got expenses but it what goes around comes around and I really believe that I really believe that yes because what I found in my life that it now uses saying with the folks at our company leave money on the table okay don't take every person's last time because I don't wanna be that person and you want to be sure that you foster the scent I mean it was many years ago there is a company I'm sure you've heard of called carbonite okay they were just starting out and he had twenty five thousand dollars okay when we first started this in the flu activity says okay I'm ready to advertise my company put twenty five thousand dollars and I and he was all excited as names David Reeves he's a friend of mine today and I looked at was that you know what take a twenty five thousand dollars and go back to Boston because there's nothing I can do about it and I don't want you to come back to me and say I just blew out of money I want to be honorable and that's what you can do and that's what I would hope and that's what I think you're doing because you have too many people think that you know if I just get on the internet I'm gonna be like Jack Dorsey and sit there on Twitter and deciding if I want to eat today or not you know which is one of his teams but anyway it's not it's a very difficult industry I I I really have to look at each each call individually and then decide which one's going to which one I can actually affect like if it's just a quick fix or something like that I can do that and then they're responsible for their sales that they already had him or whatever but that one still the people that have waited ten years to upgrade their website to rebuild it was just an upgrade nothing is compatible I would send them I would send them you know what if it's a bad idea I'd send him over to squarespace or wicks or go Daddy say here you go eight Bucks a month before yeah sure yeah that's it yeah what were you own you up where you owe nothing they own your customers and right you can't move the site you've got nothing to pay your plate K. your lease every month and when you don't pay it's gone that's it well you know what Mike thank you so much for your call today I do appreciate you getting through because it's it's a lesson for everybody if you're sitting there homes and I have this great idea I'm going to be the next search engine other than Google well look at bank let me have.

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"david reeves" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or more workers are employers rather with five hundred or more employees to provide two weeks of paid leave tied to corona virus councilman David Reeves says he'll be pushing a motion to freeze rent increases across the city at the next council meeting governor Newsom has visited an energy warehouse in northern California that has shifted gears to help the state deal with the corona virus pandemic repurposed site that was storage just a few days ago and now is a manufacturing facility to address the issue of ventilation in ventilators rather nuisance has a facility is working on refurbishing hundreds of ventilators from the state that would in storage and nearly two hundred received from the national stockpile he says the devices from the national stockpile will be fixed and returned to LA county Monday the Long Beach police department is change the way it does business because of the pandemic calls for things like thefts of less than five thousand dollars vandalism and non injury traffic collisions will be handled over the phone instead of in person some officers are being reassigned to watch over key resource locations like grocery stores and hospitals the department says anyone in immediate danger or in an emergency situation should always still call nine one one president trump ascended two point two trillion dollar stimulus package to help Americans get through the corona virus pandemic the funding is meant to help workers suddenly without income and businesses struggling through quarantine I want to thank Republicans and Democrats for coming together setting aside their differences and putting America first members of the has had to race back to Washington yesterday before because a Republican from Kentucky wanted a quorum and a roll call vote instead of a voice vote the federal emergency aid package is the largest in US history apple is lending a hand in helping you figure out if you need to be tested for covered nineteen apple in conjunction with the CDC FEMA and the White House coronavirus task force has launched a website and app with some basic information about the virus that will lead you through a questionnaire to see if your experiencing symptoms or have been around anyone who has or may have the current iris the website is apple dot com slash cove in nineteen for up to the minute information on the current virus you go to our website KFI am six forty dot com keyword virus former US senator Tom Coburn has died he was a senator from Oklahoma and a physician he apparently had cancer Coburn was seventy two civil rights leader Reverend Joseph Lowery has died in Atlanta at Larry helped Martin Luther king junior founded the southern Christian leadership conference and fought against racial discrimination Lauer's family says he died yesterday he was ninety eight and the former Royals have made their way to Los Angeles prince Harry Meghan Markle and their son Archie took a private flight before the borders between the US and Canada closed a royal insider says the move had been in the works for some time after the couple realized the Canada just wasn't cutting it for them and they wanted to be based in the LA area.

"david reeves" Discussed on The Fashion Geeks

The Fashion Geeks

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on The Fashion Geeks

"Those dangerous acronyms. Did I say enacting? acronyms. Once they're creeping. Let me drink my water. I'm wondering what's in the water. Right. I have to ask search if he gave me the other stuff. So Yeah Yeah Yeah. So just trying to. Trying to I got to take it to another level you've been shopping lately. No. No No. No. I've been shopping with clients and like I said, I'm going to an appointment right after this. But now I mean obviously the suit is a collab-. Oh. And It happened out of a conference. Happy. To See TDA big shout out to Peter Antonio's. So my boy pe-. Hooking up with the fabric has fabric line around right a puck down some dough. And then I was referred. To a Taylor. In big shot out to Sam, of herringbone sweet. In we're GONNA try and make some magic happen I think try to collaborate did during this experience. Did you were you offered beverage? No I know that came out. Feel. I'll say. No. Topic. Waiting again. I trying to get to the point of There's a new thing happening to draw shoppers into stores. A little perk that you don't get when you're shopping online well I guess you could do it at home I. Suppose. You have you ever experienced going shopping and they offer you wine or champagne or something on the rocks to drink while you're shopping. I mean Kander I mean, even you and I when we went to went to David Reeves. He had a bar set up. The men clothiers have bar setup. These folks tailoring does Bat Yeah I want you to relax and feel like you've gotten extra sir. I'm talking about like going into Nordstrom. Big Nordstrom. They just opened in the city. Yeah. WHAT AIR OFFERING COCKTAILS I. I read about it. Sure. That's not personal experience out dude. I just read about it yesterday. I. Haven't had an opportunity, but tomorrow I'm going to go check out my God. Wish, you would record that experience so we could have that audio. We could use a podcast not did when I read this article I, was like finally getting it the retailers giving getting it. Yeah. Dude I have to tell you please tell me I went to an event about been two years ago it was A. It was a fundraising event at a at a at a retail store a woman's clothing stores used to be.

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"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Now our topic today is poultry medicine in other news rise of the urban chicken kind ten year don't don't don't that's right so news hounds out there listening you can thank your fellow news hound Francis partner for suggesting this I she wrote in to us and that made a couple of topic suggestions that we loved and this was one in particular that we really wanted to collect about because we love chickens and I hope Frances you're enjoying that that candy yoga mats that we shipped out to you hope you'll enjoy this podcast joining us today we have the world renowned poultry medicine expert my friends doctor caring group again welcome doctor Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat doctors Chatfield that's excellent okay or let's do points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jen has like it or I'm getting I'm I keep track and I'm not just government yes so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be getting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AVMA future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked he was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is it great right right what made you know me I got to chime in a can I talk too long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taking so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child should we used to have so get chickens are just that are you blind I'm now old yes we used to have so keep checking your older right old but we you check ins going up and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always mark would have had the I still get you should get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise hold the chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor in we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million are there put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not right that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens can so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I should horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to not was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one if the introduction the poultry science class it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get the internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and have some other mentors that had probably more colorful language to say that I needed to pick Cole street you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find the end of it that's right it yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's anything yeah definitely and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border feud movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want no it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens is is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise went up and hit it don't stop laying eggs and you get five then you get five eggs a day most people don't eat eggs a day and also in your chickens multiply because they have chicks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then they don't know what to do with them we you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do two yeah and our colleague junior that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into well in yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know if yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken about to put the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at night and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like from the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that rooster started because we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all in their little what all you gotta wait till we waited any get sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have two hands and a great net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up through high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare no and how fast how accurate could you six the Czech expect that call out the mails yeah if you write are I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter John as grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you know it is a cross our fingers at the house and yeah yeah yeah yeah and we went we didn't look out we were we were one for three at so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of this if you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences lately there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problems issues what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake they people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just going to beat them table scraps and I did not right it's not it's a chicken chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by Peter beats store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chicken don't yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after stay there a lot your Labrador retriever you were will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and they're happy and we have some pretty important bacteria that can be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kid their kids are kids and the checks them the chickens and let the mind keep the chickens out by they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term this I think I think you're going to sign in you yeah my daughter coined the term actually hit okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as the a BM a future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet and find it but my daughter called me the mom and the Arian I'm on the veterinarian and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah that's a really funny with let's go back to the kids in chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the bird what's one will get the bad there are what I want to be Mister president the tuition is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they can get yeah so the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their fecal material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out to clean the coops and feed the chair and gather the.

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"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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11:52 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hound Francis partner for suggesting this I she wrote in two U. S. and that made a couple of topic suggestions that we loved and this was one in particular that we really wanted to collect about because we love chickens and I hope Frances you're enjoying that that candy yoga mat that we shipped out to you hope you'll enjoy this podcast joining us today we have the world renowned poultry medicine expert my friends doctor caring group again welcome doctor Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat the doctors Chatfield that's excellent okay never heard before lets you points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jan has like it or I think getting I'm I keep track and I'm not yeah so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be getting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AB in a future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked he was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is are you right right right right what made you know me I got to chime in a can you talk too long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taking so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child she we used to have so few chickens are just that are you blind I'm now old yes we used to have so keep checking your older I told her but we will get chickens going up and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always work we have had the I still get you should get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise hold the chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor all we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million are there put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not a that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens care so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I said horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to not was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one if the introduction the poultry science class it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get the internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and have some other mentors that had probably more colorful language to state that I needed to pick Cole street you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find it the end of it that's right it yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's anything yeah definitely and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border feud movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want a bill that's from the dairy down the road and having chickens is is part of the romance I think about idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise and his don't stop laying eggs and you get five hands and you get five eggs a day most people don't eat eggs a day and then your chickens multiply because they have chicks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then I don't know what to do with them wait you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do two yeah and our colleague Judy near where you got to that that level yet rocket science into well in yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know if yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken about to put the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at night and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like from the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that route just are gone we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all and there is little what all you gotta wait till we waited any get sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have two hands and a great net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up to high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare well and how fast how accurate could you six the Czech insects that collect the mails yeah if you write are I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter jhanas grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it and cross our fingers you have a cross our fingers at the house in suburbia yeah and we we we didn't look out we were we were one for three and so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of this if you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences lately there's almost always now approaching medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problem gestures what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake there people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just gonna beat them table scraps and fine I did not right it's not it's a chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by feed store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chickens don't yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after stay there a lot your Labrador retriever retriever will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and their house and we have some pretty important bacteria that can be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kids and their kids are kids and the checks and the chickens and let the mind keep the chickens out by they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and newshounds care and is a mom and she has a a wonderful term this I think I think you're going to find you yeah my daughter coined the term actually gave okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as India may future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet to find it but my daughter called me the mom and the Arian I'm on the veterinarian and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah hi that's our to really funny with let's go back to the kids and chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the birds with one that you're willing to be Mister president the duration is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they could get yeah so the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their fecal material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out to clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the garment got really I mean it news when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love Neil because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken yeah right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken dealers knew was great when he need doesn't he doesn't care so what constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah I'm kids it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is super cute and I cannot I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled you class and yeah and all these things beat into your brain that.

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"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hound Francis partner for suggesting this I she wrote in two U. S. and that made a couple of topic suggestions that we loved and this was one in particular that we really wanted to collect about because we love chickens and I hope Frances you're enjoying that that candy yoga mat that we shipped out to you hope you'll enjoy this podcast joining us today we have the world renowned poultry medicine expert my friends doctor caring group again welcome doctor Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat the doctors Chatfield that's excellent okay or let's do points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jen has like it or I think getting I'm I keep track and I'm not yeah so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be getting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AVMA future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked he was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is are you right right right right what made you know me I got a chime in a can I talk to long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taken so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child she we used to have so few chickens are just that are you on the line and now old yes we used to have so get checking your older right old all right but we do chickens going up and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always work we have had the I still get you should get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise hold the chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million are there put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not right that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us why you got into working the chickens can so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I should horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to yeah I was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one if the introduction the poultry science class it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get the internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and have some other mentors that had probably more colorful language the state that I needed to pick Cole street you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find the end of it that's right it yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's anything yeah definitely and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border feud movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want no it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens this is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise went up and hit it don't stop laying eggs and you get five hands and you get five eggs a day most people don't eat eggs a day and also in your chickens multiply because they have checks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then they don't know what to do with them wait you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do two yeah and our colleague junior that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into well in yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know what he taught yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken did about the poor the eggs it's funny right my my wife's a veterinarian and I'm at night and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like from the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that route just are gone we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all in their little what all you gotta wait till we waited any get sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have to integrate net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up to high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare no and how fast how accurate could you six the Czech insects that collect the mails yeah if you write are I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter John as grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you have a cross our fingers at the house and yeah yeah yeah yeah and we went we didn't look out we were we were one for three at so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of this if you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problem just use what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake they people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just going to beat them table scraps and I'm fine I did not it's not it's a chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by Peter beats store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chickens don't yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after they're a lot you're Labrador retriever retriever will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and they're happy and we have some pretty important bacteria that can be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kid their kids are kids and the checks than the chickens and let the mind keep the chickens out by they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term they see I think I think you're going to find you yeah my daughter coined the term actually okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as a PMA future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet and find it but my daughter called me the mom and the Arian I'm on the veterinarian and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah that's a really funny with let's go back to the kids in chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the birds with one that they are willing to be Mister president the duration is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they could get yeah so the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their fecal material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out so clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the Carmen I mean it new yeah when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love Neil because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken yeah right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken he'll need was great it but he need doesn't he doesn't care so what constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is super cute and I cannot it I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled the class and yeah and.

partner Frances doctor Grogan Hound Francis five hands
"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat doctors Chatfield that's excellent okay never heard before lets you points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jan has like it or I'm getting I'm I keep track and I'm not yeah so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be getting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AVMA future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked he was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is it great right right what made you know me I got to chime in a can I talk to long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taken so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child should we used to have so get chickens are just that are you blind I'm now old yes we used to have so keep checking your older I told her but we will get chickens going out and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always March would have had to I still get you should get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise whole chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor all we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million are there put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not right that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens can so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I said horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to yeah I was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one introduction the poultry science class it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get the internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by but school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and have some other mentors that had probably more colorful language to say that I needed to pick Cole street you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find the end of it that's right it yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's anything that and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border feud movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want to know it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens is is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise went and hid it don't stop laying eggs and you get five hands and you get five eggs a day most people don't eat five X. today and then your chickens multiply because they have checks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then they don't know what to do with them we you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do yeah and there were probably shooting here and that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into well in yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know if it's hot yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken did about the poor the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at nine and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like from the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that rooster started because we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all and there is little what all you gotta wait till we waited any get sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have to integrate net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up to high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare no and how fast how accurate could you six the jackets that collect the mails yeah if you write are I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter jhanas grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you know it is a cross our fingers at the house in suburbia yeah and we we we didn't look out we were we were one for three at so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of this as you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences lately there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problem just use what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake they people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just gonna beat them table scraps and I did not it's not it's a chicken chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by Peter beats store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chickens don't yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after stay there a lot your Labrador retriever you were will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and they're happy and we have some pretty important bacteria that can be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kids and their kids are kids and the checks and the chickens and let's just mine keep the chickens out I they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term this I think I think you're going to find you yeah my daughter when the term actually hit okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as a P. M. A. future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet to find it but my daughter called me the mom in the area I'm on the veterinarian and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah that's a really funny with let's go back to the kids in chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the birds with one that you're willing to be Mister president the tuition here so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they could get yeah so the the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their fecal material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out so clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the garment got really I mean it news when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love Neil because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken yeah right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken dealers near was great it but he need doesn't he doesn't care so what constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah I'm kids it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is your cue the and I cannot I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled the class and yeah and.

Grogan Chatfield Jim five hands
"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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11:52 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Fellow news hound Francis partner for suggesting this I she wrote in to us and that made a couple of topic suggestions that we loved and this was one in particular that we really wanted to collect about because we love chickens and I hope Frances you're enjoying that that candy yoga mats that we shipped out to you hope you'll enjoy this podcast joining us today we have the world renowned poultry medicine expert my friends doctor caring group again welcome doctor Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat doctors Chatfield that's excellent okay or let's do points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jan has like it or I think getting I'm I keep track of them not just government yes so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be getting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AVMA future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked he was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is it great what made you know me I got to chime in a can I talk to long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taking so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child she we used to have so get chickens are just that are you blind I'm now old yes we used to have so keep checking your older right old you check ins going up and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always work we have had the I still get you should get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise hold the chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million parts put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not right that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens care so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I should horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed not was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one introduction the poultry science class and it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all through that school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and had some other mentors that had probably more colorful language the state that I needed to pick poultry you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find it the end of it that's right yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's anything yeah definitely and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border food movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want no it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens is is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise with all and don't stop laying eggs and you get five hundred and then you get five eggs a day most people don't eat eggs a day and also in your chickens multiply because they have chicks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then they don't know what to do with them we you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do yeah our colleague junior that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into well in yeah so Jason you had it our recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know if yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken is about to put the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at night and we love it shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like some the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that rooster started because we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all in their little what you gotta wait till we waited any good sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have two hands and a great net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up to high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare well and how fast how accurate could you six the Czech insects that pull out the mails yeah if you write are I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter John as grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you have a cross our fingers at the house in suburbia yeah and we went we didn't look out we were we were at one for three at so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more it is that you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problem yeah what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake they people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just going to beat them table scraps I did not it's not it's a chicken chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by Peter beats store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chickens don't yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after stay there a lot your Labrador retriever or will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and they're happy and we have some pretty important bacteria that they could be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kid their kids are kids and the checks and the chickens and let the mind keep the chickens out by yeah they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term this I think I think you're going to sign in you yeah my daughter coined the term actually okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as a PMA future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet and find it but my daughter called me the mom and the Arian I'm on the veterinarian and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah that's a really funny with let's go back to the kids and chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the birds with one that you're willing to be Mister president the tuition is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they could get yeah so the the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal enter it and it showed in their vehicle material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out so clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the really news when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love Neil because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken yeah right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken dealers near was great it but he need doesn't he doesn't care so constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah I'm kids it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is super cute and I cannot it I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled you class and and and all these things beat into your brain that.

partner Frances Francis two hands
"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hound Francis partner for suggesting this I she wrote in two U. S. and that made a couple of topic suggestions that we loved and this was one in particular that we really wanted to collect about because we love chickens and I hope Frances you're enjoying that that candy yoga mats that we shipped out to you hope you'll enjoy this podcast joining us today we have the world renowned poultry medicine expert my friends doctor caring group again welcome doctor Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat doctors chat feel that's excellent okay never heard before let's do points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jan has like it or I'm getting I'm I keep track and I'm not yeah so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be getting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AVMA future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked he was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is it great what made you know me I got to chime in a can I talk to long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taking so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child she we used to have so get chickens are just that are you blind I'm now old yes we used to have so keep checking your older right old you check ins going up and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always work we have had the I still get you get you get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise hold the chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million are there put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not a that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens care so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I should horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to yeah I was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one if the introduction the poultry science class it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get the internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and have some other mentors that had probably more colorful language the state that I needed to pick Cole street you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find it the end of it that's right yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border food movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want no it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens is is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise went up and don't stop laying eggs and you get five hands and you get five eggs a day most people don't eat five six today and then your chickens multiply because they have chicks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then they don't know what to do with them we you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do yeah our colleague junior that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into well in yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know is how yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken about the poor the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at nine and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like some the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that route just are gone we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all in their little what you gotta wait till we waited any get sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have to hand in a great net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up through high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare well and how fast how accurate could you six the Czech insects that pull out the mails yeah if you write are I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter John as grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you have a cross our fingers at the house in suburbia yeah and we went we didn't look out we were we were one for three at so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of this as you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problems and issues what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake they people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just gonna beat them table scraps I did not it's not it's a chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by feed store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chickens yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after stay there a lot your Labrador retriever or will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and they're happy and we have some pretty important bacteria they could be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kids and their kids are kids and the checks and the chickens and let the mind keep the chickens out by yeah they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term this I think I think you're going to find you yeah my daughter coined the term actually hit okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as the a BM a future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet and find it but my daughter called me the mom and the Arian I'm on the visionary in and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah that's a really funny with let's go back to the kids in chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the birds with one will get the bad there are what I want to be Mister president the tuition is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they could get yeah so the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their vehicle material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out so clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the really mean it news when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love Neil because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken yeah right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken dealers knew was great it but he need doesn't he doesn't care so constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah I'm kids it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is your cue the and I cannot I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled the class and.

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So news hounds out there listening you can thank your fellow news hound Francis Wagner for suggesting this I she wrote in to us and that made a couple of topic suggestions that we loved and this was one in particular that we really wanted to collect about because we love chickens and I hope Frances you're enjoying that that candy yoga mat that we shipped out to you hope you'll enjoy this podcast joining us today we have the world renowned poultry medicine expert my friends doctor caring group again welcome doctor Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat the doctors Chatfield that's excellent okay or let's do points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jan has like it or I think getting I'm I keep track and I'm not just government yeah so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be getting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AVMA future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked who was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is are you right right right right what made you know me I got a chime in a can I talk to long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taking so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child should we used to have so few chickens are just that are you blind I'm now old yes we used to have so keep checking your older right old you check ins going out and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always March would have had the I still get you should get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise whole chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million parts put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not right that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens care so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I should horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to yeah I was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one if the introduction the poultry science class it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get the internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and have some other mentors that had probably more colorful language to state that I needed to pick Cole street you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find the end of it that's right yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's anything yeah definitely and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border food movement yes yeah vehemently want their food that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want to know it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens this is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise went up and don't stop laying eggs and you get five then you get five eggs a day most people don't eat eggs a day and also in your chickens multiply because they have chicks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then they don't know what to do with them we you mean you mean if you have a rooster and a hand they'll multiply they do yeah our colleague junior that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know if yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken about to put the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at night and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens issue like from the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that rooster started because we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all and there is little what you gotta wait till we waited any good sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have to integrate net daily eggs and we love it it's and yes we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up through high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare well and how fast how accurate could you six the jackets that pull out the mails yeah it's right I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter John as grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you know it is a cross our fingers at the house in suburbia yeah and we went we didn't look out we were we were one for three at so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of this if you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problem gestures what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake they people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just going to beat them table scraps and I did not it's not the chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by Peter beats store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chickens yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after their a lot you're Labrador retriever or will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and their house and we have some pretty important bacteria that can be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kids and their kids are kids and the checks and the chickens and let the mind keep the chickens out by they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term this I think I think you're going to find you yeah my daughter when the term actually okay you want to share it with our with our lives yes yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as a PMA future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet to find it but my daughter called me the mom in the area I'm on the veterinarian and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah hi that's our to really funny with let's go back to the kids in chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the birds with one that you're willing to be Mister president the duration is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they could get yeah so the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their vehicle material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out to clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the news when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love New York because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken it was great it but he need doesn't he doesn't care so we constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah I'm kids it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is super cute and I cannot it I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled you class and yeah and.

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Don't don't don't that's right so news hounds out there listening you can thank your fellow news hound Francis partner for suggesting this I she wrote in to us and that made a couple of topic suggestions that we loved and this is one in particular that we really wanted to collect about because we love chickens and I hope Frances you're enjoying that that candy yoga mat that we shipped out to you hope you'll enjoy this podcast joining us today we have the world renowned poultry medicine expert my friends doctor caring group again welcome doctor Grogan to in other news thank you doctors chat doctors Chatfield that's excellent okay for let's points to you okay so that yeah Jim didn't tell you we keep score on this podcast right now you got two points Jan has like it or I'm getting I'm I keep track and I'm not yeah so if I had a buzzer all of you know I'd be hitting it right now so and I will in full disclosure and transparency too you're out their new sounds Dr Grogan and I became friends because we were both selected as AVMA future leaders and if you remember Dr Doug cracked he was also a friend of the podcast we were all together as future leaders so you can imagine the great time that we had and this afternoon we're gonna have a good time chatting with Keren about everything chicken so so let's get started let's get started so is are you a great rate what made you know me I got to chime in a can I talk to long all right so let me start off with the story got a sort of a story right why we like what why do you like taken so much why do I like chicken Jan what a gem like yeah then when she was I have I have some stuff on her right so when you were young a young child she we used to have so get chickens are just that are you blind I'm now old yes we used to have so keep checking your older I told her you check ins going up and Jen being the the wonderful and remember you're always mark would have had the I still get you get you get up in the morning and go grab or otherwise hold the chicken and walk around with it like it was her doll instead of having a regular doctor we did all day long and in fact if you ask my mother she would tell you that it would million parts put that silky chicken back where I belong to a good laser bags knows you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not a that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens care so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I said horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to yeah I was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one if the introduction the poultry science class it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get the internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and have some other mentors that had probably more colorful language the state that I needed to pick poultry you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find the end of it that's right yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's anything yeah definitely and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border food movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want no it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens this is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise and don't stop laying eggs and you get five hands and you get five eggs a day most people don't eat eggs a day and also in your chickens multiply because they have chicks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so then we have the chicken and then they don't know what to do with them we you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do yeah our colleague shooting here and that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know what he taught yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken about to put the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at night and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like some the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that route just are gone we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all in their little what we got a late so we waited any get sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have two hands and a great net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up to high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare well and how fast how accurate could you six the Czech expect that call out the mails yeah it's right I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter John as grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you have a cross our fingers at the house in suburbia yeah and we we we didn't look out we were we were one for three at so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of that that you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problem just use what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake they people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just going to beat them table scraps I did not it's not it's a chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by Peter beats store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chickens yes so they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after stay there a lot your Labrador retriever or will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and they're happy and we have some pretty important bacteria that can be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kids and their kids are kids and the checks than the chickens and let's just put some lines keep the chickens out by yeah they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term this I think I think you're going to find you yeah my daughter when the term actually okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there putting about that we all had to do these videos as the a BM a future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet to find it but my daughter called me the mom and the Arian I'm on the bin Arianna and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah hi that's our to really funny with let's go back to the kids and chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him just a bird what's going on with the bad there are what I want to be Mister president the duration is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things to get that they could get yeah so the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their fecal material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out so clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the news when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love Neil because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken yeah right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken he'll need was great it but he need doesn't he doesn't care so constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah I'm kids it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is super cute and I cannot I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled the class and yeah and.

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"No if you want to take it to bed with her every single night so she has had a love of chickens for a very very long time so that is not right that is my introduction to the world begins as pertains to Dr Jenn that's a great story do you love chicken that much I don't tell us where you got into working the chickens care so actually I throw the animal science major and I was a I said horses so I was gonna be a large animal that committed to yeah I was gonna you know drive around my truck and stayed cattle and horses and and then I took one introduction the poultry science class and it was taught by doctor car park first at NC state he actually just recently passed away but his class inspired me to look at different species I wasn't just limited to what I knew and he actually helped me get a internship with a Turkey company in North Carolina and that's how I got started they had a staff veterinarian Dr David Reeves and that was my first exposure to what we term kind of food animal production medicine so yes and so then by that school all throughout school I was into beef cattle and swine and poultry and then I got to the end and had some other mentors that had probably more colorful language the state that I needed to pick Cole street you know I couldn't keep doing all these different things I had to find the end of it that's right yeah that's right so today we want to explore a little bit that the rise of the urban chicken right there had really has been a rise hasn't there's and a lot of that is contributed to what we call the local border feud movement yes yeah he went there to that comes from their backyard they want eggs that they go out and gather every day they want greens are grown by the neighbor down the street they want to know it's from the dairy down the road and having chickens is is part of the romance I think of that idea and then here comes the reality of the rooster that cruise went up and don't stop laying eggs and you get five hands and you get five eggs a day most people don't eat five X. today and then your chickens multiply because they have chicks and because you didn't realize you could get eggs without rooster so there you have it you can and then they don't know what to do with them we you mean you mean if you have a restraining hand they'll multiply they do yeah our colleague junior that's where you got to that that level yet rocket science into well in yeah so Jason you had a recent experience with the urban chicken and the rooster didn't you I don't know if yes with the rooster but I'm still in that listen I am in the urban chicken situation let's just call it that all right I have I've had as many as five of these things I live you know and a house in suburbia with chicken is about to put the eggs it's funny right my my wife's veterinarian and I'm at night and we love it and shoot she is the same reason she wants to have chickens Asia like some the queue or whatever but you want eggs and so we had a rooster and heaven forbid that rooster started because we didn't know we had a rooster it's really it's really hard at all and there is little what you gotta wait till we waited any get sure enough we had three three chickens I got two of them our rooster so we had to move them on to the farm yeah but now we have to we know we have two hands and a great net daily eggs and we love it it's and yeah we are part of the urban chicken movement for short did you know what you don't have to wait we went to elementary school all well all the way up to high school with a kid mark is harder John I do remember him Jason from San Marcus how can I forget hotter John I have never met and he his grandfather was actually by trade eight chicken sex Sir yeah and it's like how fast as the checks came by and compare well and how fast how accurate could you six the Czech insects that pull out the mails yeah it's right I forgot to mention that I I called mark is hotter John as grandfather who were not available so we just had to go with it cross our fingers you have a cross our fingers at the house in suburbia yeah and we went we didn't look out we were we were one for three so I have a question because a lot of times we see this because we're seeing more and more of this if you go to a veterinary continuing education conferences there's almost always now polju medicine track having to do with backyard chicken problem just use what is in your experience kind of the most common mistake there people might make when they set out to have some chicken and use them you know to get enough fresh eggs for their family whatever what kind of the most common mistake that might lead them to call a veterinarian two things one is nutrition most people think I'm just going to beat them table scraps and I did not it's not it's a chicken they need some minerals and vitamins and so you should really go by Peter beats store and then the second thing is trauma meaning they don't keep their chicken cooped up I didn't realize my dog would go after the chicken yes and they don't realize they're you know pets are still you know under yes yeah hunters your dog will come after your chickens especially a husky but wait don't crush me on the inter web okay everybody know I love Huskies but Huskies will go after they're a lot you're Labrador retriever or will go after your ticket they well yeah and then I think the other thing is you know people the other thing I mistake I see people is they don't respect the boundaries of the chicken coop and their house and we have some pretty important bacteria that they could be carried from the chicken to your specially your children like I see people with their little kids and their kids are kids and the checks than the chickens and let the mind keep the chickens out by they make dedicated where or the chickens and we need a little bit of basic by security so you're saying my mom was right to make me through that so keep checking back in the chicken coop at night yes ma'am we're sorry the mall as we continue to learn that demi and and new sounds Karen is a mom and she has a a wonderful term they see I think I think you're going to find you yeah my daughter when the term actually gave okay you want to share it with our with our lives yeah yeah I actually there's a you tube video out there floating about that we all had to do these videos as the a BM a future leaders and I use this term in my video so somewhere out there you can search the internet and find it but my daughter called me the mom and the Arian on the veterinarian and she put the two words together and and she was probably about she was six or seven at the time yeah that's a really funny with let's go back to the kids in chicken because I don't know if I mentioned earlier but I have to read it and I have three kids and I got lots of pictures of him because of the birds with one that they are what I want to be Mister president the duration is so what could go wrong what's the situation is a really did some bad things that get that they could get yeah so the main thing that we know that chickens are sourced and there's actually a pretty good CDC paper on this is they carry salmonella and several species of salmonella usually the most concerning one is something called seminal entered this and it showed in their fecal material that unfortunately kind of gets everywhere everywhere everywhere they everywhere yeah yes so I really recommend like if you have chickens or like you have dedicated footwear that you and your kids have that you where to go out to clean the coops and feed the Chilean gathered you have to clean the I mean it news when the crew excellent excellent so Jason so we need to talk with Neil yeah my youngest nephew and I love Neil because he's not scared of anything no leaking of chicken yeah right no sharing your lolly pop with the chicken he'll need was great when he need doesn't he doesn't care so constant low level exposure either with me let's constant high level of high level yeah I'm kids it's okay now you know that's okay yeah have a little exposure it's just the whopping does that we yes no one and I did and of course we know that but it is super cute and I cannot I can only imagine someone who doesn't have stalled the class and yeah and all these things beat into your brain that they probably don't understand that is while it is great it can be very very bad situation especially for young for young kids don take notes and and we just started get neck so don't probably don't let the eggs is probably want all right yeah yeah so Esther thank you yeah yeah I don't like fill in the blank right yeah model it would be an excellent excellent so okay so so if I'm going to get a chicken or two or three or ten right so many I'm gonna feed them correctly a minute and not they create my own diet I'm just going to you know go with the commercially available stuff yeah I'm gonna make sure that I don't live predators eat them right right like dogs and raccoons at all well hello yeah thanks what's next love to come and get it they do they do black snakes not brown snakes just last name they're just common common thing there are I think a lot of different things that you do but you're right that the black racer snakes will definitely eat they eat the tar at the beginning yeah and I'm going to get my dedicated footwear yeah jazz okay I'm not gonna sleep with the chickens I mean that to me is that there's another movement the person that once the chicken as a pet yeah and you do have those people you have people in our cities Manhattan chickens and diapers the chicken from their apartment that that is another did you think chickens in time they have chicken diapers yes Google next time yeah this is all in fancy patterns on Etsy well that next gosh is someone who doesn't live in a big city you people check and I'm gonna do is go to the local coop and ever there because people buy them and use them although I can't our apartment in Manhattan that would be an okay yeah great news hounds at the mention of commercially produced and made available she can diapers we're going to.

"david reeves" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:34 min | 3 years ago

"david reeves" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We turn now to Garrett graph he has written extensively about Robert Muller for over a decade after the author of the threat matrix inside Robert Mahler's FBI end David Reeves can he served at the justice department and the White House counsel's office in the Reagan and George H. W. bush administrations hello to both of you and I should point out David Rivkin that it was if it emerges in today's hearings it was president Reagan who initially nominated Robert Muller for his first job as a prosecutor and president George HW bush bush forty one the nominated him for for another position at the FBI David with can what is your main takeaway from today my main take away that it was a good day I thing for all sides I think they also all sides I think I finca of the special counsel did a good job you stuck to the report I happen to think that the the main takeaways were the same as you can get from report I think the effort to suggest that he's indicated something that is damaging the president is partisan spin I frankly don't thing the Republicans have done much damage to smallest credibility I have a lot of regard for him my friend giving it was not a man to is kind of a intellectual equivalent of a nine of the white two K. much anticipated not much the place and so it is a non event I just wanna make sure and yes I think substantively was a non event Derek Graf even following Robert Muller for a long time how did you read his performance today and how he advanced or changed our understanding of what happened I I think I actually agree largely with with David with the exception of that I think by sticking so closely to the report Muller made clear that actually the report had an incredibly damning information about the president's behavior in volume one on instruction and then the candidate trump in the trump campaigns willingness to accept Russian help in the second part but I do think along with David that that that I'm not really sure that the substantially moved the needle for either side today it in part because Muller recently went out of his way time and time again to avoid saying anything or giving any of the sort of incriminatory sound bites that I think the Democrats were waiting for and yet as we've been discussing a David Rivkin you did we did here Robert Muller answer a series of questions about how truthful how credible he found the president's answers at this point does that change our understanding of what happened and all I don't know respect to special counsel Mauler he expressed concern in a sense that he did not think that the answer she got from the president Maryland of information is gotten let me just say the job of the prosecutor special counsel is a few things that somebody's lying to him it's a process for crime it's called eighteen you see one thousand one Mister Muller extreme died at the number of people for that properly so if he felt that he would have written the confidence report to a twenty journal looking thing the president despite the temporal munity the president's choice on of all see teaching with a written report that he pays a price to be charged with that offense he did not so we have to put this in the proper context but with the notion that he did not exonerate the president is correct but exonerating the president is never a task of any criminal investigation world exonerated role presumed innocent but task of a prosecutor is to come up a recommendation to indict but so I don't find it I did not find it troubling will find troubling is an effort to spin into something which is this is not it is the case there a graph that that Robert Muller made it very clear when he was asked no I have not exonerated the president the Republicans later challenged him in effect saying it's not your role to exonerate the present he made it very clear the president is still subject to prosecution potentially after he leaves office yes and that molar his investigation went out and gather the facts gather the documents gathered emails gathered witness testimony to help make sure that that evidence would be preserved for the future for either Congress or a future prosecution of the president after he leaves office we just got in this is absolutely correct that the president is not above the laws were many times prisoners also not be needful okay wouldn't I don't know of any criminal investigation whose job it is to exonerate somebody so they think he's not exonerated is a very important due process let's get beyond partisanship here it's a due process issue nobody in America is supposed to be exonerated by the government the person is presumed to be innocent including this president something I want you both to here and this is an and excerpts from the hearing in which a member of one is a member of Congress was asking the former US special counsel had to do with a wikileaks I want you to listen to this and I'll ask you about it director Pompeii assessed wikileaks in one point as a hostile intelligence service giving your law enforcement experience in your knowledge of what looking leaks did here and what they do generally would you assess that to be accurate or something similar how would you assess what wikileaks does absolutely and they are currently under indictment usually I saw a sergeant would it be fair to describe them as you would agree with Mister director Pompeii I'll at it let's when he when he was when he made that remark that it's a hostile intelligence service correct if we could put up slide six this just came out wikileaks I love wikileaks Donald Trump October tenth twenty sixteen this wikileaks stuff is unbelievable it tells you the inner heart you got to read it Donald Trump October twelfth twenty sixteen this wikileaks is like a treasure trove Donald Trump October thirty first twenty sixteen why I love reading those wikileaks Donald Trump November fourth twenty sixteen what are those quotes disturb you Mister director I'm not sure and I would say you were asked to well problematic is it is not your statement in terms of whether to play displays in terms of and giving some I don't know hope were some boost to what he is and should be any illegal activity so clearly here graph an attempt here to get the former special counsel to look at the president's praising what wikileaks was doing which was information that have been stolen from Hillary Clinton yeah I I think this was as close as we got today to a raw personal opinion from Robert Muller you know in almost all other instances you know he was pretty monosyllabic you know over a hundred times he told people to go back to the report this was a rare moment where you saw I think Robert Waller's own personal feelings about how troubled he was by the president's behavior during the twenty sixteen campaign there's a risk in trouble but not enough to go beyond that and and only not enough it does not incriminate all let me say for the record that I'm disgusted by many things we can exist on the mail so say for the record if you look at some of the previous statement by Democrats about wikileaks previously X. long before that from got into office there's a lot of praise there would to me there's something fundamentally wrong as a matter of process to do something that really is a critique of the president's personality of presidents policy statements and wrap it in the context you indictment as a lawyer I don't know of any legal argument why praising somebody doing bad things we legal things can amount even to an element of on the fence where do you go ahead if I can respond to that though I do think that there's a fair question in this about whether we should you know that there's a question of what's legal and that's part of this but then what is was there's a criminal investigation well now that's not the size and but that's not all our sensor was here and and I do think that there's a fair question of whether the president and the lectern leader should be held to a higher moral and ethical standard in their behavior in terms of the behavior that we want to condone in our democratic says I don't mind that communism of the president I very much mine is a lawyer as American citizen when this criticism comes in the context of multi year criminal and law enforcement investigation of president the context is wrong the browser is wrong where do you see this going from here Derek Graf I mean we've now had this long awaited testimony the special can't former special counsel has spoken what do you say I I think it's a very difficult question Judy in part because you know next week we're heading into the August recess you know sort of whatever momentum Congress built up today it's going to dissipate members are going to go back to their districts are going to hear from their constituents in town meetings and then of course the current plan for house Democrats is to convene a new series of hearings in the fall involving some of the witnesses like don McGann but I think we're gonna really sees the August recess help sheep whether people really believe you know the congressman Johnson or congressman Deming and and sort of whether the American people have the stomach for this have an appetite have an appetite for this and that's something that we will all be I agree but my only point is if you want to criticize the president would use as a bar chairman Kim woo chairman G. I don't begrudge Democrats doing that but do it as a policy exercise trying to put in the context of breaking the law I feed my use of Portland and wrong consents poisonous politics even more David reckon carrot graph we thank you both as all this was going on in.

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