New Rules to Protect Cattle from Harmful Chemicals
WESLACO – New rules are on the way to protect Texas cattle against harmful chemicals.
The chemicals are designed to wipe out cattle fever ticks, which can be deadly to livestock.
The AG commissioner in Texas says the U.S. Department of Agriculture agreed to ventilate spray boxes used during pesticide application.
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