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How To Train A Bull To Buck
Ever wonder how they train rodeo bulls to buck? While there might be some young cowboys out there willing to do it the old-fashioned way, most bucking bull raisers use dummies to do the body-snapping training.
  “Buck ’Em All Dummies” are easy to use, kind to animals, and effective, says Buddy Reynolds who worked with Bob Wilfong on the design.
  Reynolds, explains that a bull bred to be a bucking bull bucks naturally when something is on his back. The dummy is placed on the bull in the chute and turned on. After the bull is released and has made the desired kicks and twists, the trainer hits the button on the remote and the dummy releases and flies off the bull.
  “It has an electronic circuit board and works similar to a garage door opener, with a range of about 150 ft.,” Reynolds says.   
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Buddy Reynolds, 12770 CR 238, Clyde, Texas 79510 (ph 325 665-8002; buddy@buckemalldummies.com; www.buckemalldummies.com).

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #3