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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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Category: Stockdogs

Questions About Stockdogs

Question: . . . .so my first question. I am interested in getting a stock dog. A neighbor . . . . . who has taken your class before and holds you in high regard is helping me with the process a bit and has lent me your dog VHS

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Stockdog Journal

Bud will be writing some articles for The Stockdog Journal.  These will be reminisces of some of the dogs we have owned or worked over our lifetime.  You can find more information about this magazine on their website at  www.stockdogjournal.com.

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On-going Dog Correspondence (more added 4/5/2012)

To: Eunice@stockmanship.com Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 2:33 PM Good morning Bud and Eunice;  . . . . . I have been using the dvds that i have got from you to handle my cattle. It works so well that my cows walk every where they go now and will

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Dogs are Leaving Cattle

Question: . . . We are having a open winter so far and are still grazing. I have been just turning the cows out every morning on about 600 acres of stubble and grass and having the dogs gather them up and pen them for night. You will soon sense

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Sheepdog Trial Pens

I just wanted to tell you that I really appreciated your help adjusting my set out pen for my sheepdog trial. (I had sent you the drawing and you returned it with the gates and pens in the right places.) We couldn’t get it exactly but were able to set

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Working Dogs on Strange Cows

Question: We really enjoyed that posting where you wrote about people willing to make their play a challenge but not their work. How true. Never thought of it that way. You told me to let my dogs be around the cattle a lot just to let them be used to

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New Dog/Old Dog

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

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Message from Australian Dogs

This is a letter that Grahame Rees forwarded to us.  Grahame teaches Low Stress Stock Handling in Australia Subject: A message from Jed, Slim and Lachie at Coonamble G’day Grahame,                        We too want to join the queue of thankful canines regarding the recent LSS course our owner/trainer attended at

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Update from the 1/22 Dog Question

I had a phone call this morning from the man who asked the January 22 question about his dog over-working.  He said that by following Bud’s answer, in a very short time  the dog (and cattle) was doing what she was supposed to.  He said he went back and re-read

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Dog Question

Question:  I’m working with a 17 mo old dog .She pays close attention to my position and balances well. I try to say as little as possible or nothing at all.  She has a lot of push to the point of nipping heels after she has gathered and has them

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