Low-stress handling does not mean working livestock slow. I call this ‘slow-stressful handling.’

— Lynn Locatelli, DVM

Photos of 777 Ranch Stockmanship Demonstration

Mimi, Richard and Moritz heading out to demonstrate some techniques. Richard’s showing the "straight line."

After emptying this corral, Mimi, Richard and Moritz talk while another visitor watches from the hill.

A close-up of the pronghorn antelope who just couldn’t resist the good "energy" coming from the demonstration. He stayed on that hill watching for a long time!

Bringing the buffalo back from the other pen.

Richard sorting buffalo

The group visiting after Richard, Mimi and Moritz come out of the corral.

View from above.

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