Simplicity is an acquired taste. Mankind, left free, instinctively complicates life.

— Kathleen Fullerton Gerould

Photos of speaking in North Battleford and Yorkton, Saskatchewan

We presented a full day workshop each day on Low Stress Handling sponsored by the Farm Animal Council of Saskatchewan (FACS).

Other sponsors were:

Thanks to Adele Buettner of FACS for the following photos:

March 18 in North Battleford, SK

One of our goals is to reach the youngsters and get them on the path of good stockmanship at an early age. In North Battleford, Richard educated a two-month-old and a six-month-old! They will have it all straight by the time they can walk stock!

Richard speaking to the group.

Our next-to-youngest participant is eating it up!

Richard and Tina answer questions during a break.

That next-to-youngest participant continues to listen and learn!

More questions and answers.


March 20 in Yorkton, SK

Adele Buettner of FACS, Richard, and Tina at the Yorkton school.

The participants listen . . .

. . . with full attention.

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