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“Working” Animals Makes Your Job Easier

By   /  February 8, 2016  /  1 Comment

There’s “Working Horses” and “Working Dogs” and they all got good at their jobs because of the training or “work” that we did with them. Well, “working” with your cattle or other herdable stock can get you the same great results.

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In the last three articles I reviewed the first three of five requisite elements of low-stress lives
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Whit is a fourth generation Montana rancher who spent aobut 38 years handling cattle conventionally before making the paradigm shift to low-stress livestock handling (LSLH) as taught by Bud Williams. For the past 10 years he has studied and practice LSLH, and shares his knowledge in clinics, onsite consultations, and articles. He began publishing the Stockmanship Journal in 2012. It is the definitive source for quality information on stockmanship. Though the importance of stockmanship is becoming well recognized, until this Journal, there was no professional publication addressing the subject. Hibbard began publishing the Journal in January of 2012 to provide a consistent and efficient way to share information on stockmanship, and to serve as a forum for open, intelligent and informed dialogue. The Journal is a means for improving the level of discourse and the discipline of stockmanship. It is published twice a year in electronic form and includes articles written by experts in the field.

1 Comment

  1. Geralyn Devereaux says:

    The “On Pasture” publishers are a favorite read even though I may never be in the position to have farm animals. But all land owners can have working critters and mob graze, if you make a place for them they will come… Making our earth more fertile and managing resources with worms http://journeytoforever.org/farm_library/oliver/oliver_farm.html

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