Our 146th Stockmanship School is now in the books. This doesn’t count the 1-day seminars, only the 2 or 3 day schools. For a couple of uneducated country folks Bud and I have left a mark on the livestock industry. Looking back, it feels pretty good to know that we
Bud and I just completed a 2-day Marketing School, and I’m still trying to catch-up. People attended from Nebraska, Oklahoma, Iowa, Kentucky, Illinois, Wyoming, Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri and Kansas. As usual, after this school Bud and I decided that “This was the best group of students yet.” This will probably
Question: Ross did a great job on his essay. Do you know how he did? Answer: Not surprisingly, he didn’t place. Even though more and more “Individuals” are understanding the benefits of Bud’s methods of Stockmanship and Marketing, the “Livestock Industry” still isn’t ready for this.
Ross Wahlert is 16 years old and is one of our Stockmanship and Marketing students. He entered a National FFA Risk Management Contest with the following essay. Controlled Risks Risk Management is just one crucial part of the agriculture industry that must be understood. There are many risks involved in Agriculture,
Question: I have been working with cattle and working dogs for a major part of my life. However, I do not consider myself accomplished dog trainer. My last dog who just recently broke down (ie snapped archilles tendon) worked well for me and picked up all my commands with limited