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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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Our New Stockmanship Video is Finally Available

Over the years, many of our Stockmanship Students have asked us to up-date the Stockmanship video that we have had for sale since 1990 and include the videos of people working livestock that we used in our schools.   Bud and I had started work on this before his death in

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Dog Will Stop the Sheep but . . . . (more)

Just an update.   Taking on board what you said. We had boarder collie come visit us. “sneak”  our bitch changed to some degree. Even though the visiting dog had no stock skills. Sneak was very keen to get to the sheep. She did not really push them but showed some

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Dog Will Stop the Sheep, But Won’t Drive

Question: . . . .I have read all of the info you have posted on the net. And I’m trying to use that to start the Collie (Sneak) she is about 12 months old.   The problem is she will not drive the sheep. If they run she is right on

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Starting a 6-year old Bronc

Another old piece of correspondence that I found while packing to move to Missouri.  This is my answer to a student in 1995. “Bud would not hesitate to take in 6-year old “broncs”  to break when he was your age as long as he had work for them.  Bud keeps

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New Address

I have moved from Independence, Kansas to:  519 E. Erie St.  Apt #206,   Springfield, Missouri  65804. Thanks so much to all of the people who have sent their prayers and good wishes my way. Eunice

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Subscription Website

July 1, 2009 Bud and I started our Subscription Website.  For $300 per year Bud would answer any questions on Marketing or Livestock Handling as well as writing articles that would be of interest to our subscribers. These Q & A’s were posted in the website.   Since Bud has passed

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Farm Animal Council of Saskatchewan

The Farm Animal Council of Saskatchewan, a non-profit organization, has set up a Bud Williams memorial fund to provide educational producer seminars and clinics on stockmanship. Click here for more information.

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Testimonial from Dave Pratt

  From Ranching for Profit Blog   (2012/11/27)   by Dave Pratt Bud Williams, known world-wide as the authority on low-stress livestock handling, died Sunday, November 25, from pancreatic cancer. There is a brief message on Bud’s Stockmanship website (www.stockmanship.com) that reads, Thanks to all of you for helping us make things

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Thank You for Your Thoughts and Prayers

I’m so proud of the many e-mails I’ve been getting, telling me what a difference Bud has made in their lives, even some from Universities! I was amazed at how fast the news traveled around the world. Bud died on Sunday, by Monday afternoon I’d received messages from Russia, Australia,

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