More secrets of knowledge have been discovered by plain and neglected men than by men of popular fame. And this is so with good reason. For the men of popular fame are busy on popular matters.

— Roger Bacon

More Evidence on Good Stockmanship

Read this good article on lameness in dairy cows and how good stockmanship can mitigate it. From the article:

Dr Chesterton said he had learned poor stockmanship exaggerated wear on the cows’ feet. Cows which were afraid of their handlers were more likely to suffer damage to their feet.

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