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

— Lynn Locatelli, DVM

Photos of our One Day School in Woodward, OK

We really enjoyed the drive to Woodward which was through country like this we hadn’t seen in Oklahoma before!

We spoke at the High Plains Technology Center in Woodward. What a great facility and staff.

Richard speaking to part of the group.

Here’s Mitch with the High Plains Technology Center, Joey, Randall, Richard, and Tina.

We talked with the mother of one of the young men above to get their names three days after the school, and she said she thinks that, between them, they could recite the entire school! They have already been using the new techniques they learned and are explaining to their dad ways he might improve! One of our goals is to reach the younger generation of kids and encourage them to use good stockmanship and continue in ranching. These boys are well on their way!

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