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

— Lynn Locatelli, DVM

Our snowstorm yesterday and continuing today isn’t the reason we are heading to warmer country, but it’s a nice perk!

We are heading to the Santa Cruz, California area for a two day stockmanship school on May 9-10 and then will go north to Woodburn, Oregon for a one day introduction class! For more information about the Oregon school, contact Britt at everbearingfarms@hotmail.com or 541-231-5171.

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  1. Tina, please come to Nebraska. We really need you here. My husband and I would like to see you and Richard teaching people here low stress methods. Maybe we can help organize something with the University at Lincoln. Please think about it, there might be an opportunity in the future for us to see you folks near Omaha or Lincoln. 🙂 Meanwhile we are following you on line. You both are amazing, God bless you!

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