Moving Bulls Safely

Thanks to the Beef Quality Assurance program for this helpful video about how to be safe around bulls. For those of you who have slow internet speeds, or who prefer reading to watching, I put together

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2 thoughts on “Moving Bulls Safely

  1. All this information skirts around the foundation of getting bulls safe and easy to work consistently. A problem with bulls isn’t because of their moods, it’s that they don’t perceive that we, not them, are in full command under all circumstances. Bulls can take a great deal of pressure without fighting us-but they may fight us when handling doesn’t fit them so handling must fit the animal. Bulls that are used to getting their way/have poor attitudes because of poor handling-all stock have different temperaments. Bud Williams’ stockmanship is handling that fits the animals because his method comes right from the animals. Although there are some correct tips in this article, readers should understand that with bulls (and all your animals) establish that leadership (benevolent) and dominance and use stockmanship that is correct to do this and use it thereafter. Stick with Bud Williams’ stockmanship and you’ll get results that are the best and safest-there are lots of resources to learn this.

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