Value in Good Stockmanship

Value in Good Stockmanship

Troy Smith

Angus Beef Bulletin EXTRA

About 20% of people involved in the care and handling of beef cattle are “naturals.” Stockmanship comes easily for them, compared to the 70% of people who always seem to need supervision. The remaining 10% just should not be handling animals at all. Such was the opinion voiced by animal behavior specialist and Colorado State University Professor Temple Grandin during the fifth International Symposium on Beef Cattle Welfare (ISBCW) June 8-10, 2016, in Manhattan, Kan.

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