Hi-Line Living: Low-Stress Stockmanship Clinic in Chinook


Last updated 1/18/2019 at 7:54am

Havre Daily News/Ryan Berry

Tuesday in Chinook stockmanship clinician Tom Curtin spoke to a crowd of more than 50 people about low-stress cattle handling.

Montana State Beef Quality Assurance Coordinator, and volunteer for Curtin, Bill Pelton said Curtin's methods are a great asset to ranchers and livestock owners because it's beneficial for the livestock and increases the quality of the meat.

He said he has known Curtin for years and has traveled with him all around the world teaching these methods of low-stress livestock handling. He added that the cattle are the ones that benefit the most from low-stress handling...

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