Bud Williams Stockmanship and Livestock Marketing

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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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Nebraska

. . . My oldest boy Lance met Bud at Cheyenne school and is now insisting that I attend also.  Yesterday we caught 40 head of heifers and sorted out 4 head for pink eye in what had to be one of the most enjoyable days that I recall of

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Texas

. . . At the last school I attended Bud mentioned using a sharper angle when working with gentle cattle.  On Monday after the school I moved a set of very gentle cows ( almost no flight zone).  I approached the cows at a very sharp angle and only moved

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Saskatchewan

My husband . . . and I recently attended your course in Bowie.  I hadn’t had a chance to write to you to let you know how much we enjoyed it, I have not ever felt more positive, de-stressed and enthusiastic about our ranching situation . . . Well last

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I was just asked what influenced or what helped me develop the marketing philosophy that I practice. At the schools I try to tell stories that can help people understand better what is being explained.  These stories are all true  but people don’t always remember them exactly the way they

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One-on-One from Queensland

Bud and I really enjoyed having Megan and Will Banks visit us for a One-on-One here at Bowie.  We met their parents when we were in Australia in 2002. We usually hold these meetings out in the class-room, but Bud wanted to keep an eye on his DTN machine this

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What it Takes to be a Good Teacher

There are many people teaching but only a very few understand what it takes to be a really good teacher.  First, the person must understand the subject thoroughly, know how it works and also how it fits with other parts of the subject that is being taught. Most teachers of

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Word from Mexico

Hello Eunice and Bud, you probably don’t remember me, I was part of a Cattle Handling School back in 2000 at Grant County Feeders in Ulysses, KS. I was the Head Doctor  back then, since that time I have been using Bud’s techniques handling cattle in US and in Mexico

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One-on-One in New Mexico

Bud and I spent 2-days at the Vermejo Park Ranch in New Mexico in late May. Several people from the Ranch had attended one of the March Stockmanship Schools here in Bowie. Their goal is to be able to get the bison to better utilize the range and be willing

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Iowa

. . . We have a backgrounding lot here in Iowa and things now have been going great.  We thought we were pretty decent before at handling cattle.  Since going to your class and implementing your ideas it has been fantastic.  The cattle respond easily and are a joy to

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