‘Alaskan Bush People’ Season 9 Might Have Introduced A New Star

“Alaskan Bush People” Season 9 is finally here with its first episode having aired on March 3. For fans of Discovery’s hit reality television series who want to keep up to speed, here are a few things that happened in the pilot.

There’s A New Star Called Brutus But He’s A Bit Dangerous

Billy seems bents on starting a cattle ranch. With his supportive mom, Ami, the two set out to buy a Longhorn bull, which goes by the name of Brutus.

Unfortunately, it appears that Billy did not exactly think things through before bringing Brutus back to their ranch. Thus, a new problem arose, thanks to the potentially dangerous bull and Billy’s lack of foresight to build some sort of enclosure strong enough to contain it. Disaster was averted by working overtime to construct Brutus’ corral.

After Beehive, Bam Moves On To Waterfowl Raising

After his beehive project season, Bam is now ready to raise something else. This time it’s something bigger and meatier as he is now into raising waterfowl.

But there are indications that Bam might be a little too attached with his feathered friends. First, he named one of the geese Gossage. Then he built a mobile coop for the flock so they can live comfortably and stay protected against predators. “They should enjoy their life up until the point I kill and eat them,” Bam explained.

The Brown Family Loves Their New Location

Since Ami’s cancer diagnosis, the family had to make some major adjustments in their lifestyle. One of the biggest changes they had to make was to move out of their Alaska output, the place they called home for a few decades, and relocate to Washington for her cancer treatment.

Ami also recalled how frightening it was when she was diagnosed with the dreaded disease. “It was very scary,” Ami admitted to People in an interview. “But I never gave up hope.”

What was scary was that her lung cancer was already in the advanced staged when it was discovered in 2017. In fact, the chances of survival are very low at only 3 percent. Thankfully, the treatment proved effective, and her cancer is now in remission.

However, the family as a whole seems to be adapting quite well to their new location. A few of the perks of their new Washington home include reliable cellular signal, the ability to purchase bread and fresh produce, and the overall milder climate.

Alaskan Bush People “Alaskan Bush People” Season 9 aired on March 3, 2019. Alaskan Bush People/Facebook

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