Great School at Cheyenne

Posted May 27th, 2010 — Filed in Highlights

Bud & I always laugh at each other when, after we finish a school, one of us always says “This is the best group of people yet.”  That’s the way that we feel right now.

We had people from 22 states and 3 Canadian provinces attend.  Their interests included  beef, dairy, buffalo, swine, goats, feedlot, heifer development – in other words, a typical Bud Williams Stockmanship School student body.  It seems like we are getting more and more Veterinarians attending our programs.  Do you think that the industry is finally starting to believe that the emotions of the animals are something that must be taken into account if we expect them to be healthy and productive?

Cheyenne Class

We have lived in “Tornado Alley”  off and on for several years, but the only tornados I have seen were in Alberta Canada, and just last week in Cheyenne.  This picture was taken from our hotel.

Cheyenne tornado

Idaho Testimonial

Posted May 24th, 2010 — Filed in Testimonials

There are not enough words to say thank you for the most wonderful, thought-provoking, conversation-stimulating and life changing meeting/educational experience I have ever attended.  Being able to attend with two of my clients/co-workers and seeing the excitement and eagerness to “do things properly because they should be done,” as Bud would say, was the most rewarding and fulfilling experience of my practice career.  I only wish I could have brought all of my clients.  We are all looking forward to implementing improvements to our operations and lives to get to where we now know our cattle and we should be.  Thank you so much.

Texas Testimonial

Posted May 9th, 2010 — Filed in Testimonials

Tell Bud that we haven’t lost but one calf since I took his first class and
that wasn’t from sickness. That calf was healthy as a horse on a Sunday and running and bucking and eating and dead the next morning. I think it must have been an aneurysm or heart attack.