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TAHC releases 59,100 acres in Starr County from temporary fever tick quarantine zone

Jun 3, 2011
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) has released 59,100 acres of the temporary preventative quarantine zone located in Starr County effective May 20. This release includes 141 premises. The temporary preventative quarantine will remain in effect for the remaining 93,615 acres located in both Starr and Hidalgo counties.

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