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Eunice Williams
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Category: Stockmanship

Driving Cattle and Sheep in the Brush

Question:  Last year I took a course on low stress stockman ship from a mutual friend of ours: Tim Westfall. It was mostly theoretical, so I felt I needed an example, so I brought him along as I moved my flock of sheep and herd of cattle to the mountains.

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Cattle Stall in the Chute

This is part of a posting on another site I monitor along with my response. I thought it might be of interest to you folks. “We are committed to low stress handling and have watched the Bud Williams stock handling videos and are trying to learn how to handle our

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Wild Horse Gather

Hi Eunice, I thought you’d be interested in the following email (pasted below) that I just received from the new wildlife biologist at Theodore Roosevelt National Park. He wants to stop using a helicopter to do periodic park-wide roundups of the wild horses for culling and only use low-stress livestock

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Daily Reading

From: Broken Horn Ranch Ministries Campbell Date: January 27, 2015 at 10:19:48 PM CST Subject: Daily Reading-1-28-15–Bud Williams At the end of one school year, I asked my Animal Science class what their favorite lab was that semester.  We had preg checked cattle, learned how to artificially inseminate cattle, and

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Mothering Cattle

One of the cattle forums I monitor had a discussion about ear tagging calves at birth. Many of the contributors were adamant that you HAD to do this in order to know which calf belonged to which cow which prompted my reply … This is another case of technology dumbing

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Information From Our Videos

From a friend in Iowa:    We have just recently gotten back into some calves and so far things are going well. We’ve been watching Yours and Buds video a lot lately and it never ceases to amaze us of the new things that we pick up on each time we

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Dust and Exercise

Question:    Here in SW Nebraska, we have had a very dry fall and winter so far coupled with some really warm days along with some wind.  This is not particularly unusual for us, but it does create a high level of health challenges in our feedlot setting.  On the one

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More on Placing Livestock

I have come to the conclusion that most livestock don’t feel safe in their home pastures, no matter where they live, which is why, when Bud moved them,they were convinced that the place he left them was safe and the place they wanted to be.  The increase in production and

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