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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Untrained Dogs of Yesteryear

(Submitted to The Ranch Dog Trainer in answer to “Letters” disagreeing with “Ranch Dog/Trial Dog.” They didn’t publish it.) It is interesting to me that if someone writes about a working dog that is not trained with all the commands and control of a trial dog, this dog will be

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Untrained Dogs of Yesteryear, 1994 Style

Eunice and I really like dogs. They have always been a very important part of our life. We like all kinds. Trial dogs are wonderful, but so are farm dogs, ranch dogs, herding dogs and livestock guard dogs. When people ridicule working dogs, I will stand up for them.

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Tough Dogs with Finesse

Judith Selby, Editor and Publisher of STOCKDOGS Magazine www.stockdogsmagazine.com asked if she could reprint the McNab article from our webpage in her magazine. When I sent her our permission I commented on how much Bud & I enjoyed the article she had done in the Sept-Oct 2004 issue “Bill Berch,

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New Mexico

Greetings from New Mexico. Just wanted to let you know we have been rotating the bison at Cimarron, using only our horses and have been having great success. Randy and I have implemented Bud’s teachings and the bison respond very well. The bison have baby calves on the ground, and

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Saskatchewan

It has been just over a year now since we started using the handling facility that you helped me with. I am dropping you a line and sending a few clips of it in operation. Working with animals in it is nothing short of a joy. My son [9-years old]

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Skill

Skill is the ability to do something really well. This is nearly lost in our society today. Everyone is in such a hurry that very few will take the time to develop or learn the skill needed to do a good job. Today, people want to make lots of money

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Pasture

In Northern California in 1955 there was still at least one person who was raising pasture pigs and finishing them on acorns. He would breed about 50 sows to have pigs in February and March. In April, he would go into the mountains with the sows and their pigs. The

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Family One-on-One

We thoroughly enjoyed our day with Paul and Lori Kinnee and their children Raelle and Josh. They came from Alberta Canada to get warmed up and to get some personal tutoring from Bud at a One-on-One March 21.

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Nevada

 . . . I really enjoyed learning from you and Bud at the 71 ranch and am already seeing results. I loaded a bull in the trailer on foot out in the middle of the range using what you and Bud taught. I’ve also modified our sheep corrals and they

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Spending

Spending, is it really a disease? Alcoholism is considered a disease. Drug addiction is considered a disease. Gambling is considered a disease. Overweight is also said to be a disease. Our government has this Spending Disease so bad it may take a long time to recover. Almost every level of

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