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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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Puppy Manners

Question:  The situation is that we have a 4 month old border collie puppy that we got 2 months ago. We also have an 8 year old lab cross family dog. The older dog is a companion animal and keeps the coyotes and bears away. That is what we hope

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Proper Stockmanship

While doing some spring cleaning I ran across this item Bud wrote many years ago. My method of working livestock consists of learning to “read” what the animal is telling you and change your position so that she wants to go where you want her to go.  It is important

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Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Colorado Fire Relief

Most of you reading this have heard (or experienced) the massive fires earlier this month. Several people have asked about ways they might contribute. Here are just a few links that you can use. http://www.beefusa.org/firereliefresources.aspx http://www.kla.org/donationform.aspx https://www.kfb.org/Article/Kansas-wildfire-relief http://wrca.org/press-release-wrca-foundation-wildfire-relief-fund/# http://www.ashlandcf.com/ http://www.greatplainsumc.org/newsdetail/how-to-help-fire-victims-near-hutchinson-7708414 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/trent69050/episodes/2017-03-17T12_36_27-07_00 And for some humor in a very serious situation

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100 Year Old Sourdough – Q & A

So far I’ve sent over 50 sourdough starters to people who have asked for them, many who haven’t had any experience baking with yeast or sourdough.  I encourage anyone to write if they have questions.  Since most of the questions are probably of interest to others I decided to post

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100 Year Old Sourdough

I’ve been a sourdough cook for over 60 years.  In 1961, L. R. Douglas DVM gave me an especially flavorful starter that his mother brought to California from South Dakota in 1917.  Dr. Doug was one of the first people who encouraged Bud to teach his livestock handling methods to

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Stocker Loss

After reading this post on Kit Pharo’s list I received permission from Doug Ferguson to post it to our website. Eunice I buy several thousand a year. Typically buying a load or two every couple weeks. Most of these calves are weaned on the truck and have a 6 to

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Stockmanship in Hawaii!

Hi Eunice- Susan and I completed a stockmanship school here in Maui for the Maui Cattlemen’s and for the Haleakala Ranch- 4 days of training. Riders from the Parker, Haleakala and other ranches attended (about 25). Greg Friel is the foreman at the Haleakala and is to be commended for

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Mastitis in Saskatchewan Dairy

As fall approaches and summer is ending this means the end of field work and more time to spend in the barns working with cattle. However until this point it has been a 6 week rat race of silaging, baling and hauling manure. Therefore the cows had been virtually left

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Getting Out of My Own Way

My wife and I got into the cattle business about 6 years ago, more for the marketing and not so much the stockmanship at the time. Now it is for both. It is amazing how well both go hand in hand. It is incredible how much we have learned and

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Great Article About Stockmanship!

After Richard and Tina put on a two-day Proper Stockmanship School in Red Deer, Alberta, one of the attendees wrote this very good article about what they taught: Proper stockmanship, the Bud Williams’ way

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