Search results for: “controlling cottontail and jackrabbit damage”

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    In Texas, most flea problems are caused by the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis. This flea feeds on cats, dogs, and wildlife. Other kinds of fleas, such as the dog flea,...
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    Food preparation areas in animal shelters have all the essential elements for pest infestations’ Aifood, water, and harborage. This guide explains how to store food properly and what steps to...
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    Roosting birds include blackbirds, starlings, grackles, and cowbirds. Like pigeons and sparrows, their droppings cause problems, and they carry diseases. This publication describes various methods of control. (4 pp., 1...
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    Most species of bats found in Texas are of some economic importance and are beneficial because they eat insects. This publication discusses the characteristics and control of bats. Some safety...
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    This publication provides a simple, three-step method to estimate the density of prickly pear on your rangeland or pastures and the cost of control. (8 pages)...
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    This publication provides a simple, two-step method that is designed to control small mesquite before they mature, thicken and require expensive broadcast chemical or mechanical control methods. (3 pages)...
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    Blow flies lay their eggs on animal remains and can spread disease. To control blow flies, it is important to remove dead animals and dispose of them properly, and to...
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    Course Information Asthma is one of the most common chronic childhood illnesses. This online course for child care providers: gives a basic overview of what happens in the body during...
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    Proper diet and pasture management can control brown stomach worms in cattle without the use of deworming drugs. This publication explains how the combination works. (2 Pages)...
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    Opossums are omnivores that can become a nuisance when they eat pet food, fruit on trees, pecans, seeds in bird feeders, and garbage in trash cans. They also carry murine...