It seems like the subject of stock-dogs always comes up at some time during the schools and seminars we conduct around the country. People are proud of their dogs and like to tell about the wonderful things they can do. But sometimes, during these discussions someone will say “My dog
There are three things the livestock industry has problems with, they are: Grass Management Stockmanship Marketing What I mean by “problem” is that they are not being done very well by most people. Probably the biggest problem is finding someplace to learn how to do them better. The Universities are
(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
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.
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,
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