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I can answer most types of cattle questions, primarily beef types. Genetics, breeding, basic care, herd health and management, and showing. I'm knowledgeable in forages and feeding. Non emergency health and soundness questions. I am not a veterinary, and can't answer critical care questions. Call your local large animal vet for that service.

Experience in the area

I've been a registered cattle breeder for over 20 years. My husband and I run a 250 acre cattle ranch in Texas. I've raised dairy cattle, commercial cattle, and registered and show cattle. I'm on our county Beef and Forage committee.


American Simmental Association. American Brahman Breeders Association. Falls County Beef and Forage Committee. Texas Farm Bureau


Associates Degree in computer science.

Awards and Honors

Many ribbons and placings in cattle showing, with most recent being: 2011 Fort Worth Stock Show, Senior Champion Simmental, and Houston Livestock Show Reserve Champion Senior Simmental.

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Recent Answers from Eileen DuJardin

2016-09-30 Cows:

Depends on the cows!  I show my cows, so they are halter broke and don't mind people being close.  Dairy cows are generally pretty quiet because they are milked twice a day and handled by people, but if

2016-09-28 Cows:

Good afternoon,    Those are Holstein cows, and a milking type rather than a beef cattle breed.    I'm sorry, I don't understand your question about "do they generally stay still long"?  Are you talking

2016-06-03 Blue Panic Grass:

Good morning,    I've been in Texas raising cattle for over 26 years, and I've never heard of "Blue Panic Grass".    Where did you hear about it?  If you're in Texas I would contact your county extension

2016-04-19 Dewormers:

Good evening!    That's a good question, and frankly you can get dozens of different answers!  It's really more a question of preference, as most all products work.    Many cattlemen like to use the "tried

2016-04-08 cow is sick:

I'm sorry about your cow!    Dragging her back foot is clearly some sort of injury...maybe she got stepped on, or put her foot into a hole? Many things could have caused such an injury.  She could also


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