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Bud Williams Stockmanship
Eunice Williams
1519 E Erie St, Apt #206
Springfield, MO 65804
417-719-4910
eunice@stockmanship.com

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Canadian Job Opportunity

Hello Eunice, I haven’t talked with you in quite awhile.  My name is Kevin Cherpin.  I have worked at learning proper stockmanship for years.  I was introduced to it in college, and took the course from Richard and Tina about 3 winters ago.  I work on a community pasture in

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Bud’s Influence in Brazil

Recently I had an e-mail from Hellen Santos, a Brazilian journalist from Globo Television, the main TV network in Brazil. She was putting together a journalistic piece on a “Brazilian feedlot that had recently installed a Bud Box and had its team trained to incorporate Bud William´s technics on livestock

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Predatory Stress

I wrote this in answer to a post on Kit Pharo’s list, but thought it might be of interest to viewers of this site.  At the risk of being the person with a hammer and looking at every problem as a nail . . .           A great many handling

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Proper Stockmanship

While doing some spring cleaning I ran across this item Bud wrote many years ago. My method of working livestock consists of learning to “read” what the animal is telling you and change your position so that she wants to go where you want her to go.  It is important

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Stocker Loss

After reading this post on Kit Pharo’s list I received permission from Doug Ferguson to post it to our website. Eunice I buy several thousand a year. Typically buying a load or two every couple weeks. Most of these calves are weaned on the truck and have a 6 to

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Stockmanship in Hawaii!

Hi Eunice- Susan and I completed a stockmanship school here in Maui for the Maui Cattlemen’s and for the Haleakala Ranch- 4 days of training. Riders from the Parker, Haleakala and other ranches attended (about 25). Greg Friel is the foreman at the Haleakala and is to be commended for

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Mastitis in Saskatchewan Dairy

As fall approaches and summer is ending this means the end of field work and more time to spend in the barns working with cattle. However until this point it has been a 6 week rat race of silaging, baling and hauling manure. Therefore the cows had been virtually left

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Great Article About Stockmanship!

After Richard and Tina put on a two-day Proper Stockmanship School in Red Deer, Alberta, one of the attendees wrote this very good article about what they taught: Proper stockmanship, the Bud Williams’ way

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