Bud Williams Stockmanship and Livestock Marketing

Learn all about it here!

Contact

Bud Williams Stockmanship
Eunice Williams
1519 E Erie St, Apt #206
Springfield, MO 65804
417-719-4910
eunice@stockmanship.com

Archives

Category: Marketing

Cost of Gain . . . Cost to Keep (more)

Comment from a student:   Take a look at El Reno this week.  There is report of 6 #1 LM 558 pound steers that sold for $93.00  (Fleshy)  Just above them was the 557 pound steers at normal flesh that sell for $104.50  The fleshy calf cost $518.94 and the other

Read More »
Cost of Gain . . . Cost to Keep

Question: . . . . after our visit to you. . .  we went home , and put your stockmanship to work for us, we are very happy for it.    We did not talk alot about marketing, but I was wondering about using cost of keep, verses BPCOG in the

Read More »
Disclaimer

When Eunice and I started the Marketing School and Website, we stated that we do not give advice on what trades to make or when to make them.  I would like to address this a little more. Our schools and web-site are to show people how to figure what is

Read More »
Letter from Australia

G’day Bud, Here is some feedback from a couple people : Bud, the markets are interesting right now with sheep going through the roof, cattle falling  through the floor. Yet both cattle and sheep producers are doing really well who are using the Sell/ Buy system. A cattle example is

Read More »
Market Opportunities

Just to let you know I got the dvd’s the other day and we are working our way through them and really enjoying them. I liked reading what you have written in the last couple days about buying bred cows. That is just what I did on Monday and it

Read More »
Sparring with the Neighbors

Can you feel better about your marketing decisions when neighbors look at you like you lost your mind?  For the past two weeks the casual conversation is “how’s the wheat? And have you turned out on any?”  When I tell them my wheat is doing super and No, I sold

Read More »
Money Mgmt. Testimonial

It’s funny that you write about borrowed money today [on the subscription site].  You described me in your writings.  I wanted to be big and big time.  Thank goodness I woke up before it was too late.  Five years ago I built a nice set of working pens, tub and

Read More »