Managing External Parasites of Texas Livestock and Poultry
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External and internal arthropod parasites of livestock and poultry are a constant menace. These pests lower the quality of animal products; reduce meat, milk and egg production; transmit diseases; and cause energy loss. This publication recommends the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, which combines biological and chemical control methods. It includes pesticide suggestions for beef cattle and nonlactating dairy cattle, lactating dairy cattle, sheep and nonlactating goats, swine, horses, poultry and premises.
Hoelscher, Clifford E.; Patrick, Carl D.; Robinson, James V. (2000). Managing External Parasites of Texas Livestock and Poultry. Available electronically from