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

Springfield, MO Marketing and Stockmanship School

We had an excellent group (as always) for the school. Because hotels in Springfield fill up early for June events and this small room was the only one would could find, we filled it up!


Then we added even more people for the Stockmanship portion! Here’s the entire group shot.

Seating was a little tight for the Stockmanship portion!

Richard showing Steve Cote’s book, “Stockmanship.”
See how to buy it here.

We always save the best lunch for the last day. Buckingham’s BBQ brought over these fine eats!

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