18 comments

  1. Awesome video… Love following your attempt at farming in the Philippines along with your problem solving with what you have on hand… Best of luck…

  2. Hey Brian I know you probably heard 110 ways to help contain that water in your retention pond but I remember when I was younger I had a job building a retention pond for a wastewater treatment plant and they made it out of Earth and dirt and then they had us spread with spreaders on the banks on to the raw dirt volcanic ash we raked it in and then mother nature did the rest because once it got wet it turned rock hard just thought I’d throw that at you man good luck keep up doing what you’re doing hello from South Florida

  3. The purpose of that sticks Sir Brian very ESSENTIAL, VITAL ROLE? IF ANYONE DARE TO CAST NET ON THE POND TO STEAL, NET CANNOT PENETRATE UNDER BECAUSE OF THAT STICKS…. PUT IT BACK SIR BRIAN IF YOU ALREADY HAVE SHRIMPS IN THERE. Thanks and Godbless! ๐Ÿ“–

  4. This shrimp pond provides many little nuances and mysteries… It is definitely a learning as You go type of thing… Sending good energy for positive outcomes ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I came back. I have been in all types of construction for over 57 years and money for money l have never had anyone that would do what these men do for the money, waist high in water without protection and snakes floating around, germs in the water and mud that can enter any cut or orifice, hence my message to Jason about cleaning his cut,

  6. Brian

    Its leo here.
    Im watching your pond progress or no progress, and it seems to me you would be much better off fetching a excavator in even for one day .
    With the time wasted with labour and the effort that has been put in to date it seems a machine would see you gain much needed Progress.
    FORGIVE ME IF IM TALKING WRONGLY

  7. You were going to fill the pond today and leave it, but now youโ€™re worried about debris, shells and grass? I donโ€™t get the plan here…if there actually is one

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