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

— Lynn Locatelli, DVM

Category: Stockmanship

Christmas List

Have someone on your Christmas list who likes all things Bud & Eunice Williams? All their stockmanship and marketing topics are now documented in either

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Movement!

Monday Richard watched the 5 hour Stockmanship video for the 18th time, and he found this gem where Dad said, “Without movement, you have nothing,

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Return more Profit

“Learning and using good stockmanship will probably return more profit for the time invested than anything except good marketing.” — Bud Williams

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Proper Stockmanship

“When people talk or write, it is about low-stress stock handling. The words “proper stockmanship” are almost never used. When working animals it should be

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I just Move Them

“When I move cattle I don’t fool around. I’m not easy on animals. I’m not hard on animals. I just move them in such a

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Trip to West Virginia!

We just got back from another great trip to West Virginia! In 2006, 2007, and 2008 we spoke throughout West Virginia for the WV University

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