Internal and external parasites can lead to serious disease or death in cattle. Anaplasmosis is a blood cell parasite that is transmitted from ticks. Cows infected with anaplasmosis become anemic, weak, and die. Controlling ticks is essential to warding off this serious, costly disease. Learn more here.
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