Livestock behavior refers to how your livestock might respond to different environmental conditions.
The more aware you are of these behaviors, the better prepared you are to design your facilities to take advantage of these inherent behaviors. Similarly, if you understand how your livestock might respond to your movements, you can adjust your movements to handle your livestock more safely and more efficiently.
Ranchers who understand the behavior of the bison they care for will be able to handle their bison more efficiently, with less stress and lower risk to both handler and bison.
More productive livestock performance begins with understanding the social, survival, and sensory behavior of your beef cattle. A guide to low-stress cattle handling