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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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“Placing” Animals on a Small Acrerage

Question:   Is it possible to place sheep and cattle on small acreage and have them stay in the areas you want grazed. We have 137 acres and about 10 cows. We are also interested in sheep, and just wondered on this size place if Bud’s handling methods would allow us

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New Videos

  I was very fortunate to attend your Stockman Ship School in Wyoming a few years ago and I loved every minute of it, but it is hard to retain all of the information given out during the two days. So, I have been excited and looking forward to getting

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How Can I Fix a Ruined Dog?

Question:     I have recently purchased a female border collie that I will pick up as soon as she weans her pups. My question to you is. How would Bud and yourself go about fixing a dog that was way to aggressive on stock. Second question is how to rebuild her

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“Bud Lives On”

Dear Eunice, I wanted to send you a note as I just the other day heard that Bud had passed away. Ironically, I was putting a rather wild heifer of mine in a rather rickety corral, that I might add was definitely Not designed by Bud. Right after I hollered

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Dog Won’t Push Cattle

Question: . . .I have a year and a half old border collie.  When I started using him I was determined with this one to send and shut up and only push him to where I wanted him to go like Bud always said.  This has worked well and he

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Bud Box Testimonial

. . . . I built a new processing barn with a Bud Box.  We used to use a tub.  With the new setup, working cattle takes half the time.  We never yell or shock anything – and it’s fun!

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Our New Stockmanship Video is Finally Available

Over the years, many of our Stockmanship Students have asked us to up-date the Stockmanship video that 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

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