Steve Cote’s New Stockmanship Book

Posted June 26th, 2019 — Filed in Miscellaneous, Stockmanship

The new book, Manual of Stockmanship, is now offered for sale. It has many more elements of
stockmanship and grazing lands (and riparian area) management for the range rider over the
2004-150 page book. The 2004 book has undergone substantial expansion to include a great
many more details and helpful diagrams about working stock in facilities, sorting, weaning,
handling pairs, dealing with sensitive or aggressive stock, loading and dealing with handling
issues common to all producers. It also includes sections on bison and grazing and soils that
are remarkable accounts that we can use to enhance, protect or restore our grazing lands. This
book, while an exhaustive manual for range riders, has very useful information for all
operations including feedlots, dairies and smaller operations.
For information on the book, please contact Steve or Susan Cote at 731-336-1167, text or
email stevecote119@gmail.com.
Also-
Upcoming Stockmanship School-for riders
Whit Hibbard and myself will be instructing a 4 day hands-on school for range riders starting
the end of September, 2019 at the Cottonwood Ranch in the O’Neil Basin in Nevada. I’ve held
many schools at this ranch before and it’s a great place to learn stockmanship. The school
admission prioritizes people that graze public lands and the teaching emphasis is on handling
herds for enhancing riparian areas and upland range resources. I will be announcing the details
on my website (cotestockmanship.com) and Facebook (Steve Cote) soon.