Bud Williams Stockmanship
1519 E Erie St, Apt #206
Springfield, MO 65804
Question: I’ve been training a rider this summer who’s obtained a border collie female that’s less than a year old. The ranch he’s riding for breeds their own and gave him this one which was previously sold at 10-12 weeks old to a ranch that brought it back. They said
Question: My current border collie has bite and uses it too aggressively at times. She bites and hangs on to my sheep and goats instead of just nipping them when needed. She will run alongside an animal to turn it and grab its front leg. Sometimes dragging it down. She
Since Bud’s illness and death in 2012, I have had a compulsion to be sure all of the information possible about him and his method of working animals is made available to the folks who are interested. Bud helped me get his livestock marketing and stockmanship information ready for publication.
Question: We adopted a red heeler/border collie cross pup. She is now 6 months old. We’ve worked only on basic commands – come, sit, off. She has done very well. About a month ago she started chasing the horses. She is still somewhat scared of them, but is super excited