Bud Williams Stockmanship
1519 E Erie St, Apt #206
Springfield, MO 65804
Are people forgetting how to be happy or have they already forgotten? There is all this talk about how bad things are. Nobody seems to realize that the homeless live better today than many people did during the 1930 to1940 period. During that time very few complained at all. Now,
Bud and I made a trip to Nebraska last week. Stopped at Dale and Mary Moore’s feedlot near Gage, Oklahoma on the way. Not sure why I didn’t take any pictures there. Bud showed them some things about working new cattle and also helped them design a new processing area.
This is an e-mail that we received from our good friends, Jim and Terry Lindsay from Queensland, Australia. A number of years ago Terry and I were in Western Australia doing some Stockhandling schools and had a particular school cancelled because of no suitable venue due to dry seasons. The
I was complaining about the people who signed up for our September School and then didn’t show up or let me know they weren’t coming. This time I allowed myself to be talked in to “just one more” and everyone came. I guess that shows that I’m never satisfied. I’m
Almost everything that I read recently is about how difficult things are now and that we must cut costs. For the last fifty years they have been writing that ranching is difficult and we must cut costs. If people had been doing what they were told there should be no