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Winter marks time to watch for lice in cattle

Feb 20, 2012
“Lice populations are fairly low in the summer, but they tend to peak this time of year,” he said. “Producers need to watch for obvious signs, such as rubbing or scratching on objects, patches of hair falling out, reddening of the skin or even serum oozing from the hide.

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