Horn Flies on Cattle: Biology and Management
Horn flies are an important blood feeding insect on range and pasture cattle in Montana. They are responsible for production losses in mature cattle and lower weaning weights in calves. Producers can minimize these losses by using one of the control tactics listed in this guide. Black and White; 4 pages.
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