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Fly control for beef cattle

There isn’t really a “best thing” for flies. Each producer should consider the options and choose the one that is best for his individual situation. FULL STORY »

Fly control for California cattle

Cattle pests, such as flies, cost cattlemen both in treatment expenditures and in lost production, due to irritation of the pests and the diseases they cause or transmit. FULL STORY »

Summer fly control on cattle

With summer conditions come the worry and loss associated with fly infestations of cattle. FULL STORY »

Controlling horn flies on cattle

Economically, the horn fly, Haematobia irritans irritans (L.), is the most important arthropod pest of pastured cattle in the United States. FULL STORY »

External parasites on beef cattle

Arthropod pests limit production in the beef cattle industry by affecting animals in many ways. External parasites are the most serious threat since they feed on body tissues. FULL STORY »

Anaplasmosis may be more common, widespread this year

An abundance of insects borne by an early spring could mean an earlier-than-normal occurrence of a sometimes fatal cattle disease called anaplasmosis, said Tom Troxel, associate head-animal science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

Controlling flies on pastured cattle

With record setting temperatures this spring insects are making an earlier appearance this year. FULL STORY »

The cow-calf manager: Fly control to keep the flies from winning

Production losses to the US beef industry have been estimated in the $700 million dollar range from horn flies alone. FULL STORY »

Prepare to be bitten early and often thanks to warm temperatures

Spring-like temperatures in late winter will mean one thing for Arkansans in the outdoors: prepared to be bitten early and often. FULL STORY »

Stopping livestock diseases by controlling arthropod insects

A molecular biologist with the USDA Center for Grain and Animal Health Research in Manhattan, Dana Nayduch, talks about her research on arthropod insects which carry livestock diseases. FULL STORY »

New ways to control disease-carrying insects

Purdue researchers are discovering the next generation of insecticides directed at disease-carrying insects like mosquitoes, ticks and tsetse flies, which could help professionals in the human health, veterinary and crop production sectors. FULL STORY »

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