ticks-off-springcreek

Tick articles of interest:

Not all ticks are capable of transmitting Lyme disease to you or your horses. But why wait to see if those “tick-ing” time bombs are the “right” kind?….

http://ker.equinews.com/article/tips-protect-horses-tick-borne-diseases?utm_source=KER+Newsletter&utm_campaign=7a684f0bd2-ker-horse-nutri-kentucky-equine-08_02_2017&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0d95781dfc-7a684f0bd2-463133

If the sight of a tick makes your skin crawl—even if it’s not crawling on your skin— you’re not alone…

https://www.thehorse.com/articles/37604/tick-borne-disease-tremendously-tricky-in-horses

Spring is finally here, but that also means blood-thirsty ticks are out in full force. Beware of these different types of ticks…

https://www.msn.com/en-us/video/tunedin/tick-season-is-beginning-beware-of-these-different-types-of-ticks/vi-BBz5f3d/

Protecting horses from ticks can be challenging…

http://www.thehorse.com/articles/34096/protecting-horses-from-ticks/

The trouble with ticks: Tick-borne diseases are among the most difficult to diagnose and challenging to treat…

http://equusmagazine.com/diseases/trouble-ticks-29620/

 

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