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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Grass

We are Grass Farmers. Sometimes people get a little confused about what provides our income. It is the grass or feed that we grow. Animals are just one way to market the grass or feed. Grass is not our enemy, animals could be. Learn to love our grass and not

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Plan

When I was young, people on farms and ranches prepared for things. In the area where we lived, people worked hard everyday to stay prepared. Since they didn’t know if it would be wet or dry or if the winter would be cold or mild, they had to be prepared

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Cycles

Most people would like to have a crystal ball and be able to know what the future will be. Recently, a psychic magazine went broke. When asked, the owner said “We didn’t see it coming.” People in agriculture are also searching for a way to foretell the future. We use

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Attitude

It is interesting to me that people today complain about almost everything. When we get up in the morning it is a good day or a bad day. We are happy or unhappy. Only we can decide that. Other people can’t. It is up to us . . . It

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Something

Many years ago a rancher wanted me to start a young horse, and then he wanted it sold.  One day as I was working with this horse, Eunice asked me what its name was.  I said “He doesn’t have a name, but we will only have him for a short

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Big Bend National Park

In early March 2007, Bud & I spent a few days at The Big Bend National Park at the invitation of Dave Van Inwagen, Whit Hibbard and Samantha Schroeder. Whit and Samantha attended a Stockmanship School a couple of years ago and convinced the Park executives that there is a

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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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