Cattle Fever Tick Causing Problems to Valley Ranchers
WESLACO – A Rio Grande Valley rancher says cattle fever tick is causing many ranchers to shut down.
Funding was recently approved to help ranchers subsidize the cost of treating the disease.
KRGV’s Carolina Cruz explains how federal funds could help these ranchers.
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