Tag Archives: Bob Kinford

It’s possible to pasture cattle without using fences

…it’s important to ride through cattle a lot, without making them do anything. “This puts them at ease, and they won’t automatically take off when they see someone on horseback,” he says. It’s important that the cattle are used to … Continue reading

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Getting Cowboys On The Low Stress Bandwagon

by Bob Kinford There is no doubt that the industry leaders are interested in having low stress cattle handling method being the industry norm rather than the exception. I am no sycophantic elocutionist, all I can do is call things … Continue reading

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Moving cattle on autopilot

by Bob Kinford When cattle get used to being moved and going to fresh feed, they see an open gate and automatically go through. This was the first time I had taken this route. Once again, look at the speed … Continue reading

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Grazing the Impossible

by Bob Kinford via The Bovine Blog Since my last post, we changed our grazing plan to include grazing Giant Sacaton, which most people think cattle will not eat. There is more about that  on the Circle Ranch website. Other … Continue reading

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