State Health Agency Sees Decrease of Cattle Fever Tick Cases
EDINBURG – The state saw fewer signs of cattle fever ticks in two Texas counties.
Hidalgo County was one where a quarantine zone is now closed.
Other areas in the Rio Grande Valley remain in quarantine, but its better news for ranchers.
The Texas Animal Health Commission has a permanent quarantine zone set up along the border that runs from Brownsville to Del Rio.
For information on how the program treats livestock with insecticide, click here.
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