Bud Williams Stockmanship
1519 E Erie St, Apt #206
Springfield, MO 65804
Testimonial: . . . . [husband] left the banking business two years ag o this month and we have been in the cattle business full time since then. My dad wanted to quit running cattle so we were able to lease about 1500 acres of native grass pasture from him to
Comment/Question: . . . I enjoyed the course [many years ago in Australia] very much because it was such an eye opener. Handling cattle after that became a pleasure, I suppose not only for me but certainly also for the animals, instead of adversaries we became friends. I must thank
Kim Komando had this as her video pick of the day. It is nearly 20 minutes long but well worth watching the whole thing. http://www.tvkim.com/watch/1062/kims-picks-celebrating-dirty-jobs?utm_medium=nl&utm_source=csotd&utm_content=2011-06-18-fifl&utm_campaign=o There must be a neater way to send you the address, but this will work.
Lately it has been brought to my attention that Ann has shut down her commodity futures business because of the M-F Global bankruptcy. This posting isn’t about Ann it is about what is happening and how we should react to things that happen in the business world. Bankruptcies happen in
We run a family ranch (cow/calf operation) in northeastern New Mexico. My whole family and I have attended Bud’s Stockmanship workshops (actually, my parents have been twice). We have learned so much, and appreciate you and Bud more than you know. When my grandfather (who had run the ranch all