Time to get control of lice on cattle

Time to get control of lice on cattle

David Burton

Springfield News Leader

By mid-January to mid-February, lice typically start taking their toll on beef cattle that have not been treated since back in the fall.

According to Eldon Cole, a livestock specialist with University of Missouri Extension, lice come in a variety of species — some are blood suckers and others are biters, but they are all parasites.

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