Animal Health Express

Animal Health Express
Animal Health Express is listed in the Animal Health Products & Services category in Tucson, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for Animal Health Express which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Animal Health Express on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

Contact information for Animal Health Express is:
3301 N Freeway
Tucson, AZ 85705
(520) 888-0294

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Animal Health Express has an overall ZapScore of 88. This means that Animal Health Express has a higher ZapScore than 88% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Tucson, Arizona is 39 and in the Animal Health Products & Services category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Animal Health Express shared Faith Family & Beef's photo.
Anybody ever moved cattle? This microblog is a great post about concepts learned on the farm and applied to life!
Good movement draws good movement. It’s this thing that happens when we ask a small group of cattle, maybe a pair (cow and her calf) or two, to move out in a certain direction and their movement draws the whole herd into moving in the same direction. It’s what you see here. Good movement happens when we have a positive attitude, read and really listen to what our cattle are telling us, and communicate accordingly. It happens when we use language they understand, ask them kindly, and say please and thank. Good movement does not happen when we have a grouch on and are unwilling to understand what our cattle are showing us. It doesn’t happen with a bad attitude or a heavy hand. And it most certainly does not happen if you try to force it. The same is true of people. If you try to force folks into your way of thinking, or come at them with a grouch on, you’re not likely to get a great response. They’ll most likely shut down or give you the finger. All movement in the conversation will halt, or worse, they’ll get on the fight themselves. On the flipside, if you treat people with kindness and really listen to what they have to say, you’re more likely to get a positive response and good conversation in return. As of late, I’ve seen so much dialogue online that does not promote good movement, constructive conversation, or anything positive really. And friends, I’m tired of it. But I’m not the type to just complain about something and not do anything about it. So, I’m starting with me. I know that good movement, whether we’re talking about interaction with a herd of cattle or a fellow human, is something that takes respect and a willingness to understand. It takes self-reflection, personal adjustment, and a certain level of humility. It takes work. But that’s work I’m more than willing to do, especially if it draws good movement and makes this world (and the internet) a happier place. Who’s with me? Who's ready to draw good movement?

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Animal Health Express shared Arizona Cattlemen's Association's post.
Congrats Bob and Judy Prosser!!
Congratulations to Bob Prosser and his wife Judy, owners of the Bar T Bar Ranch, Bob is the 2017 Cattleman of the Year! This Colorado native graduated from CSU with a degree in Agriculture Industries Management. He developed, and for many years operated Northern Arizona’s first Bluegrass sod farm. Throughout this time, he strived to breed and develop the “perfect cow” not only for his ranch, but for other ranchers in the arid Southwest. His cattle are awed by many and prove themselves to ranchers all over the Southwest. While his passion is selecting and breeding the best genetics possible, he has always come to the plate in serving this industry. He currently is the Western Regional Coordinator for Seed Stock Plus. Just this year, he received the 2017 Arizona Section Society of Rane Management Range Manager of the Year Award. For 10 years he also chaired Arizona Cattle Growers' Association's (ACGA) Federal Lands Committee. He also served on the Governor’s Rangeland Technical Advisors Committee. In 1993, he and a neighboring ranch founded the Diablo Trust. He also spearheaded the book “Keepers of the Range”, and several years ago, received NCBA’s Region VI Environmental Stewardship Award. To read Duane Coleman's entire presentation speech from the 113th Annual Convention's Awards Luncheon, please look for the September edition of the Arizona Cattlelog!

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