Videos for Sale

How to Order

11-6-054 The price of the DVD sets and the 18-Hour Stockmanship external hard drive includes postage to United States and Canada.

I must collect 7.60 % sales tax if I ship to a Missouri address.

Sorry, we don’t take credit cards. Send your check or money order   (in US funds) along with your mailing address and e-mail address to me at:

Eunice Williams
1519 E. Erie St. Apt 206
Springfield, MO 65804

 

1. $200.     5-hour Stockmanship DVD set.

It has been available to the public since 1990.
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2. $200.     3-hour Livestock Marketing DVD set.

It has been available to the public since May, 2011.
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3. $200.     2-hour Starting a Colt DVD set.

It has been available to the public since March, 2013.
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4. $750.     18-hour Stockmanship Plus video on an external hard drive.

Includes access to our Subscription Website.
It has been available to the public since March, 2013.
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5. $200.     Access to the 1,000 plus items on our Subscription Website.

It has been available to the public since July, 2009.
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1. $200.     5-hour Stockmanship DVD set

This 5- hour video is the full presentation Bud gave at the 1990 Stockman Grass Farmer Grazing Conference in 1990. At that time, I often videotaped Bud’s presentations just so he could view them himself. However, so many of the people attending asked about getting a copy that we decided to make it available to the public.

At that time, we only showed about thirty minutes of video of Bud working livestock, the rest of the time he is answering questions, discussing his methods, and thoroughly diagramming his talk on a chalkboard.

We have received very positive feedback from the many people who have purchased this video. Read our Testimonials page for comments of how the video has helped others.

This video is available on 4 DVDs for $200.



2. $200.     3- hour Livestock Marketing DVD set

Bud’s method of marketing livestock will teach you the advantages of Sell-Buy marketing which gives you your profit at the time you replace your inventory so you “know” you are trading at a profit as opposed to Buy-Sell marketing where you can only “hope” your animals will be priced so you will have a profit when you decide to sell.

You will learn how to know which class or weight of animals are over-priced and which are under-priced.

The cow/calf producer will learn how to value the animals in his herd (heifer calves, yearling heifers, bred heifers, first-calf heifers, mature cows) so he can make an intelligent decision when it comes to deciding how many heifers to keep for replacements, how deep to cull the cow herd, etc. You will learn why you should almost never have an old, cull cow to sell.

I’m also giving free access to our subscription website to purchasers of this DVD set.  There is a lot of good information on Marketing there and since Bud isn’t around to help anymore I think you will find it useful.

This video is available on 3 DVDs for $200.


3. $200.     2-hour Starting a Colt DVD set

I have often tried to get Bud to let me make the video that I have taken of him starting a colt available to the public. He has never wanted to do this. Some of you will remember my sparring with him about this in some of our schools. The modern way of training a young horse is so different from the way Bud does it that he didn’t want to start a confrontation with the “horse people.”  Bud and I have always been concerned with the number of our friends and acquaintances who have been injured with a horse. Some of these horses had been ridden for several years, and in my opinion, they still just weren’t safe to ride.

I have never been hurt by a horse, and I’ve always rode horses that I really had no business being on. I had never ridden at all when Bud and I got married. We leased a ranch in Northern California for a while, and to make some extra money Bud would start colts for people, or he would buy an unbroke colt, then sell it when it got to going good. I’ve never had any trouble with a colt that Bud had ridden for 3 days as long as I did what he told me to do. In the heat of battle I remember telling him “You don’t care about me, you just don’t want me to spoil your darned old horse.” Bud said “If you don’t spoil my darned old horse, you won’t get hurt!” As much as I hated to admit it, he was right.

People are always asking Bud for a “recipe” to work their livestock. This method of starting a colt is as close to a recipe as you will ever get from Bud.

This video shows Bud working 3 different horses. It is on 2-DVDs and sells for $200.


4. $750.     18-hour Stockmanship Plus video on an external hard drive

Over the years, many of our Stockmanship Students have asked us to up-date the Stockmanship video we have had for sale since 1990 and include the videos of people working livestock that we used in our schools. Bud and I had started work on this before his death in November of 2012. I have since completed this project.

This will not be for the casual student. The old video I took of his presentation at the 1990 Stockman Grass Farmer Grazing Conference will take care of that. This is for the serious student and for my peace of mind that we’ve done everything we can to insure that as much of Bud’s knowledge as possible won’t be lost.

I have put absolutely every bit of video of any value that I have on it. The basis is a video of a 2-day Stockmanship School we put on in Midland, Texas in May of 1996.

It is broken up into segments like we did at the schools.

1. One Animal
2. Pulling Pens
3. Chutes and Alleys
4. Sorting
5. Pastures
6. Weaning and Receiving New Animals

In addition to each “school segment,” I’ve added all of the newer video clips we showed in later schools. Bud had narrated most of these clips. The ones that he hadn’t, I’ve been able to go over some audio tapes I have of some of the later schools and patch that audio onto them. A couple of clips I narrated myself.

This video is over 18 hours long. It is on an external hard-drive that will connect to your computer by a USB cord and sells for $750.

This price also includes access to our Subscription Website (a $200. value). This site has over 1,000 postings of Bud’s thoughts on various Stockmanship and Marketing subjects as well as his answers to questions from subscribers.


5. $200.     Access to the 1,000 plus items on our Subscription Website

On July 1, 2009, Bud and I started our Subscription Website. For $300 per year Bud would answer any questions on Marketing or Livestock Handling as well as writing articles that would be of interest to our subscribers. These Q & A’s were posted in the website. Since Bud has passed away we are no longer charging an annual fee. Anyone who was “paid-up” on January 1, 2013 will continue to have access to the site, and I will answer any questions that I can.

In the summer of 2012 we sponsored a “Bud Summit.” This meeting was only for subscribers to the website and their guests. Tina, our daughter and webmaster, audio-taped the session. These audio clips are on the website. The clips I posted starting on September 1, 2012 were the complete two-and-a-half-hour talk that Bud gave on “Weaning and/or Receiving New Cattle.” Many people have told me this information alone was worth the $300 annual fee. This is still a live forum where subscribers can post comments and ask questions.

For a one-time fee of $200 you can have access to the 1,000 plus postings on the site. I plan to keep this site open to you for many years. Send me your check along with your e-mail address, and I will e-mail you information on how to access the website.


How to Order

11-6-054
The price of the DVD sets and the 18-Hour Stockmanship external hard drive includes postage to United States and Canada.

I must collect 7.60 % sales tax if I ship to a Missouri address.

Sorry, we don’t take credit cards. Send your check or money order (in US funds) along with your mailing address and e-mail address to me at:

Bud Williams Stockmanship School
Eunice Williams
1519 E Erie Street, #206
Springfield, MO 65804

Eunice