Comment: Congratulations to Bud and you for being in the Beef Magazine’s 50 Industry Leaders! Whoever wrote it did a great job also. They never said low stress stockmanship, which Bud always said that it was proper stockmanship or improper stockmanship. The stress high or low was the end result.
Let me share something-I just went thru 2 days of continuing education for accountants in Chicago this week. The presenters had many points that related to what you and Bud advocate in life. They specifically advocated thinking about the present moment in what we try to manage and change. We
I was in Eureka, CA last week. I did not mention Buds name, but any time you do something on livestock handling people relate it to Bud Williams. The folks that visited about it spoke very highly of you two. I did not realize that is the area you spent
The stockmanship video has already paid for itself. I have always used horses and dogs to pen cattle. I had a man call about penning a cow and calf that was left when they sold the rest of the herd. In this instance I used to rope them because they
From Ranching for Profit Blog (2012/11/27) by Dave Pratt Bud Williams, known world-wide as the authority on low-stress livestock handling, died Sunday, November 25, from pancreatic cancer. There is a brief message on Bud’s Stockmanship website (www.stockmanship.com) that reads, Thanks to all of you for helping us make things
The family and I are in the Bryansk region of Russia working for Miratorg. The area is close to the Belorussia and Ukraine borders. It is part of the Black Soil bread basket of Europe. The company is a Russian ag. company that is currently shipping thousands of head