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Mosquitoes and West Nile Virus

by Ludek Zurek

MF2571

The female mosquito feeds on blood of an infected bird. Horses and people are infected by a bite from an infected mosquito. Less than 1 percent of people infected develop severe illness. Most mosquito bites do not lead to WNV infection. WNV cannot be transmitted from person-to-person or animal-to-person. 8 p.

Revision Date: Aug 2012

Animal Pest Control 1B

by Leah Sandall

S13NE

Animals including beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, horses, goats, poultry, and livestock. Places where animals are confined (includes veterinarians who apply pesticides for hire). Use this University of Nebraska manual to prepare for the exam until Kansas revision is available. Print only. Cover art courtesy of U. Nebraska

Published Date: Feb 2011

Eliminating Mites in Poultry Flocks

by R. Scott Beyer

MF2387

Mites on poultry. Types and appropriate treatments are discussed. 4 p.

Published Date: Apr 1999

Face Flies: Livestock Pests

by Cassandra Olds J. P. Michaud

MF3611

Learn more about the life cycle, disease transmission issues and management of this pest of livestock. 2 pages, color.

Published Date: Oct 2022

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