Cattle Fever Ticks
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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Cattle fever ticks pose a significant health threat to U. S. cattle and, if not controlled, could cost livestock producers an estimated $1 billion. Of the infected cattle that have not been exposed to cattle fever previously, 70 to 90 percent die. This publication explains cattle fever transmission, prevention, control, and treatment. (3 pages)
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