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

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Comments from Australia

Hello Eunice & Bud, Thank you for the subscription password, I got on and had a look and have  written a bit which may be a bit strong for you to add to your site, I will let you be the judge of that !! I don’t aim to stirr

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Livestock Handling Scoring System

I just received a phone call from a very good friend who lives in Australia. He is one of the best stockmen I have ever known. He had been to a field day that was put on by a Professor of Animal Science from a U. S. University. This person

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Stockmanship

Stress is an important component of livestock health problems and effectively limits performance. Sources of stress include shipping, weaning, acclimation to new surroundings, processing, pen riding, treating, and sorting. People can be trained in stockmanship and management techniques that eliminate stress during these procedures and, in fact, make handling episodes

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Bull Stops Herd

Question— April 2008, Oregon— . . . . . . . . . . . What do you do when you are trying to get movement from a group of cows and the bull is the kind that is stopping the movement. In fact he will literally stand in the

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Question about Gathering

Question:   I just come across an article [by Temple Grandin]. The more I read the more confused I get. I don’t understand this concept of “loosely bunched”. May be it is what I am doing and I don’t recognize it. I don’t remember that you ever mentioned it.

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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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Working Poultry

Dear Elizabeth, Bud wanted me to write and let you know that his methods DO work with poultry. It will be a little more difficult with chickens and turkeys mixed together because you will have to have the patience to “work” the flock until they all handle the same, before

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