Low-Stress Livestock Handling School

October 21 – October 22, 2016

Instructor: Steve Cote, Cattle Sense
Features Presentation, Demonstration, and Hands-on Experience

Steve Cote and his wife Susan have their own business teaching low stress stockmanship. They specialize in teaching livestock handling for range and grazing lands management. Steve worked for 26 years helping farms and ranches with range and soil conservation with USDA; with 17 years practicing & teaching livestock handling learned from Bud Williams. He has gone around the country helping producers on rangelands, pastures, feedlots and dairies to solve their handling difficulties. Steve wrote the book, Stockmanship, which is the only book in the world on the subject of low stress livestock handling for grazing lands management. Steve and Susan live in Weiser, Idaho.

For additional information and registration:  Low-Stress Livestock Handling School

Dates and Time: Friday, October 21, 2016 8:00am-5:00pm – Saturday, October 22, 2016 8:00am-noon

Cost: $110.00 (includes meals and materials)

Contact: Roger Ingram by phone: 530 889-7385 or by email: rsinfram@ucdavis.edu
Location: Sierra Research and Extension Center, 8279 Scott Forbes Road, Browns Valley, CA 95918