This is Friday, March 12

We do not have any meeting on the list for tonight. It has been another exciting week. Probably the most interesting call we made this week was to the William Wallace farm.
He has been a client for about 12 years. We were called because he had 2 paddocks to soil test. Each area had been recently harvested, and he is convinced that it pays off to always know what is happening in his farm. It surely is one of the finest I have ever seen. He has two farms the one we were at is his first and is a little over 900 acres.
It is really a show place farm. Every paddock is surrounded by a permanent 5 wire fence. The second wire is an electric wire and the 4th is also an electric wire. The permanent fence is separated from the adjacent fence by an access road that is to allow movement of livestock, or farm machinery, or moving hay bales to the storage areas. The access road is covered with gravel and graded. It will drain so there are no puddles. [Read more →]

Wonderful manganese

I had a good farmer meeting last night. We signed up 4 new clients and have encouraged several other old client’s.  It was a joy to be a part of it.

Perhaps the most remarkable thing I have to report is that I am experiencing a marvellous strengthening of my balance and control of my legs.  We were studying a book written by an Australian scientist on possible benefits of Manganese. Peter gave me a bottle of manganese pills (just capsules of ground up rock).  I decided to take 1 every other day.
I have noticed a definite improvement in my sense of balance but the remarkable thing is my ability to get up out of a low chair. I am absolutely delighted. [Read more →]

New Zealand – Friday, March 6

Well we had a very interesting week. I have had a wonderful fun time seeing many miles of the North Island.
Our turnout to the meetings was not good. The advertising firm they hired did a poor job of sending out the flyers announcing the meetings so we did not get very many in attendance.
We did get a chance to polish our presenting and had some contacts that will give us a place for following up.  My friends at Quantum Lab have been in business long enough so that a few poorly attended meetings is a bump in the road. We will figure out better ways. 

The place we go on Monday will be well covered because it is Raymond Burr’s home town. He had a dairy farm there and milked over 500 cows so he has some good contacts there.  His success with the advice of Peter Lester made a huge difference in his herd’s performance so that is the reason he thought he could enjoy being a part of the Quantum Lab. He bought a 50% share of the Lab so he will ultimately be the boss.  [Read more →]

Sunday, March 1 – New Zealand

I watched Bob Schuller and Charles Stanley this morning.
Then Peter and I went to Hastings about 25 miles to a big store to buy another screen to show movies on because we wanted one screen for the computer power point and another for the overhead projector to shoe typewritten slides.
Tomorrow we are off on the first tour we will be gone until Friday. We hope to see a lot of farmers with the 4 meetings we have scheduled.  We will go north from Peter’s house and have high hopes to have maybe 100 per meeting. 
I am having lots of problems with my eyes. I cant see good enough to use the computer well.
This is the 3rd computer I have used here and I like this one the best but I am about to give up..
We will not be near a computer I want to be use until Friday.
More later, doc

More New Zealand

I’m working with Peter Lester, a long time friend.  His website is: 

We will have a series of lectures beginning Friday and then we will cover most of the north island with an exciting trip and a team of Raymond Burr, the new co-owner who sold his dairy to be able to tell others about the success he hqd here.

He milked over 500 cows and did it with three people including himself and his success story is a truly amazing story of turning a disaster into a shining example.

His worst year he had a vet bill of $53,000.00 dollars and the year he sold about 12 years later it was $13,000.00. Of course the production was nearly double and the terrible task of treating maybe 40 or more cows following each milking was eliminated.

He is a truly great dasiryman and I am anxious to help him tell his story because it is exactly the sort of target all animal husbandry needs.

All flesh is grass and if the grass is good so are the qanimals that eat it.

I hope to get some good photos.
If we give this program several times my goal is to put it on a DVD.
We have all the lateswt equipment a good laptop ad projector that shows a powerpoint storu, We have a projector that shows overhead slides and it is and will be a friswt class show.

From New Zealand

Feb 22, 2009

From Bob Scott

I am in a lovely new home in a town called Waipawa NZ

I have the very great honour and pleasure to be planning a lecture and sales tour to present to several different farmer meetings.

I am employed by Dr. Peter Lester. is an old friend of mine and a classmate in a training school in Brookside Laboratories in Ohio in 1975. We have had the pleasure of working together several ties and this time we are helping to introduce a new owner and partner in the Laboratory.

This afternoon he took me to Hastings and Napier so we had the opportunity to visit and get acquainted. He is a very enthusiastic and has been a hared working dairyman since 1992. He was milking over 500 cows so he is a man who brings practical experience to the Quantum lab sales team.

For the next three days we will be developing our story to explain how the consulting services of Quantum Lab can change the profitability of any farming enterprise. It us such a thrill for me to be included with this team.

I cannot think of a single thing I would rather be doing than travelling to learn more about farming, visiting with the people who produce food and being able to tell them some of the things I have been blessed to learn. I am absolutely delighted to be here and doing what I know I am good at doing.

I am using Peter Lester’s computer.

More later Your friend Doc Bob the cow doc

To God Be the Glory


Each and everyone one of us are going through tough times right now, but God is getting ready to bless you in a way that only He can. Keep the faith.

This prayer is powerful, and prayer is one of the best gifts we receive.
There is no cost but a lot of rewards. Let’s continue to pray for one another.


The prayer:

Father, I ask You to bless my friends, relatives and those that I care deeply for, who are reading this right now.

Show them a new revelation of your love and power.

Holy Spirit, I ask You to minister to their spirit at this very moment.

Where there is pain, give them your peace and mercy.

Where there is self-doubt, release a renewed confidence through your grace.

Where there is need, I ask you to fulfill their needs.

Bless their homes, families, finances, their goings and their comings.

In Jesus’ precious name. Amen.


What is in your hand?

What is in your hand?  Or, What is in your inventory?

When disaster strikes as it certainly has in these United States this year it seems to me we need to raise our sights and look at the answers to these two questions.

As I watch the real winners respond to disaster in our land and see how they have turned a situation that seemed insurmountable into a pathway to victory, I wanted to see how they did it.

The greatest treasures any of the winners have is the sure and certain belief they have solidly planted in their own soul that :

1 God is in charge and He owns it all. [Read more →]

New Learning

I am enjoying learning how to ride a tricycle. 
The answer is simple you are not really in charge. 
No such thing as banking with your body on turns.
You must SLOW DOWN on turns or you will tip over.

There is a nice plus.  It is geared so it is really easy to pedal.

I made some adjustments to the carrier on my car so I can take it to some of my favorite places to bike.


I am enjoying it more than I expected.
Bob Scott

Bless and be blessed

One of your greatest sources of pleasure and inner peace is the ability you have to bless others.

This short message is a new adventure for many of us because it is an investigation into the why some things happen in our lives. We are spiritual beings and the spiritual aspect of our makeup is not really emphasized in our western culture.

The American Indian’s culture was one where the spiritual aspect was a concept that began when the children were small because they were told of the power of the Great Spirit.

The framers of our constitution were well aware of this power because in the opening of our constitution we are told that we are endowed with the ability to search for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

There is no doubt in my mind that this concept is one of the main contributors to the greatness of the United States of America.

We can and should develop blessing in our lives and include it in our pursuit of happiness.

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