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Fever Ticks Floron C. Faries, Jr., DVM, MS Professor and Extension Program Leader for Veterinary Medicine Texas AgriLife Extension Service Texas A&M System
One Host Ticks • Cattle • Horses • White-tailed deer, elk, Nilgai, red deer • Not sheep, goats, swine, dogs
Permanent Fever Tick Quarantine Zone • 200 yards to 6 miles wide • 500 miles along Rio Grande • Del Rio to Brownsville • 8 counties • Val Verde • Kinney • Maverick • Webb • Zapata • Starr • Hildalgo • Cameron
Permanent Fever Tick Quarantine Zone (Red)Preventive Fever Tick Quarantine Area (Green)2007
Temporary Preventive Fever Tick Quarantine Area • 2007 • Expanded portions of Starr and Zapata counties • Small area of Jim Hogg county • 2008 • Expanded portions of Starr, Zapata, Webb and Maverick counties • Small areas of Jim Hogg and Dimmit counties