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Full interview with Temple Grandin on C Stampede Animal Care

burnt

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Some of her observations have applicability far beyond the immediate situation - i.e. selecting for a single trait. Think about that in a business setting.
 

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Yes burnt, singular focus comes back to bit us every time in every situation be it business, genetics or even education. I know several folks with Phd's that can hardly function outside their area of expertise. Good for the Stampede board for taking the lead in research and education.
 

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Thanks for posting this. I was talking about her the other day and we couldnt remember her name.
She needs to be heard by mainstream......
 

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She did a great job with the questions. I wonder if all the reporters knew Temple is autistic? I thought one of them was working pretty hard to get TG to say something against the handling of animals, or the use of them for rodeo, etc. I do not believe TG can be manipulated into saying something she does not believe or mean!

We have heard her many times. The SD Cattlemen have her as a speaker occasionally, and she is at most NCBA conventions either as a program speaker or in a booth or demonstration in the trade show and is very well attended. She earned her credibility. She is interesting to visit with, too. Her memory is fantastic.

mrj
 

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