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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Question

December 2006 Oklahoma—I’ve been reading your site and come up with a question or two. I trial my dogs as well as use them in the pasture, trialing them is not a problem at all but when I get in the pasture and have to count on them they just won’t stick to it.

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Last Three Stockmanship Schools

Below are pictures of our last three Stockmanship Schools. We had folks attend from Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming as well as people from Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Canada, and the

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Question

July 21, 2006—I have a question for you about my dog. He is one now and has a desire to work. I want to start working more with him and have some already. My problem is getting him to listen when he is around cattle. He listens to me pretty

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Cattle Rush the Gate

October 25, 2005 . . . . I live in Australia and have been cell grazing for the past 18 months. . . . . My immediate problem is that I run between 600 – 800 head of cattle on a four thousand two hundred acre property. In one cell

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Stockmanship School in Bowie, Texas

We just finished a 2-day Stockmanship School here at home. I’m afraid I lured some “Northern” folks to attend this school promising them some warm Texas weather. They will probably never believe anything I say again. December 8, the day before the school, we broke the “cold” record for this

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Question

November 9, 2005 . . . . Can you tell me about dog breaking cattle? I’m a little curious about your approach, how you start, what you’re looking for, etc. I’ve been working with some cows that I was told are “dog broke,” and they seem to know what to

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