Protecting cattle from horse flies (1996)
Horse flies (insect family Tabanidae) are probably the most severe fly pests of cattle on Missouri pasture and range. Only the females 'bite,' but the blood-feeding activities of these large, agile insects can constitute a serious threat to economical cattle performance when populations are large.
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