Don’t Let Misconceptions About Low-Stress Livestock Handling Get In Your Way

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  1. Well put. I find that most people view cattle handling like they do driving a car. Once they know how to drive the car, so to speak, they don’t think that they have anything more to learn, or relearn. Since they have been working with cattle for many years, they just don’t think there is anything else to learn. They just don’t believe that there is any method better than what they are already doing.

    After 10 years of loading and hauling my cattle, my cattle hauler finally asked me, “Ho do you train your cattle to do that so easily.” I was surprised that he finally asked.

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