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7 Habits of Highly Effective Stock Handlers

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Dr. Ryan Reuter of The Noble Foundation shares what you can do to become a good stock handler.

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1. Use Pressure Appropriately A common misconception is that “low-stress” must mean 
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Dr. Reuter serves as an associate professor on the Agricultural Division's Agricultural Research Team as well as a livestock consultant in the division's consultation program. His expertise is in forage nutrition of beef cattle and stocker cattle management. Reuter returned to the Noble Foundation in 2007 after leaving to complete his graduate education. From 2000 to 2005, he served as a livestock consultant for the Agricultural Division. He is a certified professional animal scientist (PAS) by the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists.

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