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#6259193 - 06/13/18 12:26 PM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: KeithC]
madcotrappwr Offline
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Registered: 01/04/12
Posts: 13657
Loc: central ohio
Originally Posted By: KeithC
So far, this year there has been only a small fraction of the normal amount of ticks on my farm. Diane had 1 tick stuck in her hairline and one crawling on her leg. I pulled 4 off an outside cat's ears and 1 off of one of my dog's neck. I have not found a single tick on me. This is the first time, I have not had a tick by this late in the year. They were all dog ticks.

The deerfly have been terrible this year.

Keith


We didn't have tics here when I was a kid. We would go to family in Kentucky and pick them off all day long. Seems like they showed up in the 90s.
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#6259215 - 06/13/18 01:13 PM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: SNIPERBBB]
SNIPERBBB Offline
trapper

Registered: 12/26/06
Posts: 8044
Loc: Rodney,Ohio
Wonder how much of that was due to DDT.

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#6259234 - 06/13/18 01:37 PM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: SNIPERBBB]
Ray B Offline
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Registered: 02/08/14
Posts: 480
Loc: NC
First Longhorned tick discovered in Arkansas

http://katv.com/news/local/longhorned-tick-discovered-in-arkansas

LITTLE ROCK (KATV) The Department of Agriculture has confirmed that a Longhorned tick was found in Arkansas, making it the fourth state to be spotted in within the United States .

The identity of the tick was confirmed at the National Veterinary Services Laboratory, where it was sent in from a dog in Benton County through a research project at Oklahoma State University.

The Longhorned tick, an exotic East Asian tick, is considered to be a serious threat to livestock by the USDA, possibly causing stunted growth , decreased production, and death.

The tick has been known to infest a wide range of species and has the potential to infect a variety of North American wildlife species, humans, dogs, cats, and livestock.

In other parts of the world, the longhorned tick, or Haemaphysalis longicornis, is associated with bacterial and viral tickborne diseases of animals and humans.

Similar to deer ticks, the nymph of the longhorn tick is very small, making it harder to spot and allowing it to go unnoticed on animals and people.

The first confirmed presence of the longhorn tick in the United States was discovered in New Jersey in November of 2017, followed by Virginia and West Virginia.

The cases in Arkansas, West Virginia, Virginia, and New Jersey are not believed to be connected, according to the USDA.

State Veterinarian Dr. Brandon Doss released this statement following the discovery of the Longhorned tick in Arkansas:

Livestock producers, animal owners and veterinarians should notify the Arkansas Agriculture Department or USDA APHIS if they notice any unusual ticks, or ticks that occur in large numbers on an individual animal. We encourage livestock producers to work with their veterinarians to develop a tick prevention and control program.

To protect you, your family, and your pets from ticks you should always wear approved repellents, perform regular tick checks, and tuck in loose clothing.

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#6259328 - 06/13/18 05:25 PM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: SNIPERBBB]
Redeyesheds Offline
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Registered: 04/01/18
Posts: 139
Loc: North Dakota USA
Nd is full of them..
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#6259338 - 06/13/18 06:11 PM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: SNIPERBBB]
nyrat Offline
trapper

Registered: 12/23/06
Posts: 1114
Loc: east syracuse n.y
these little sob mite kill off the human race if there go on checked

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#6259408 - 06/13/18 08:31 PM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: SNIPERBBB]
jeff karsten Offline
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Registered: 06/27/15
Posts: 555
Loc: rogers city mi.
none so far this year last couple years 2 or 3 per day during spring
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#6259625 - 06/14/18 06:16 AM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: SNIPERBBB]
newfox1 Offline
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Registered: 03/14/16
Posts: 498
Loc: lewis county,new york
My wife bought this gadget at Walmart called the tick tornado for removing ticks,tried it a few days ago and it worked real good.

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#6259808 - 06/14/18 11:40 AM Re: Ticks in your area? [Re: SNIPERBBB]
Macthediver Offline
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Registered: 12/25/06
Posts: 2271
Loc: La Crosse, WI
I can say I think there are less in my yard this years so far. Based on what I've taken off my self and the dogs since snow is gone. But I've been spraying with the permethirn. So no idea what there like in the woods right now. Did take this one off me while splitting wood in yard Tuesday. Little stinker!



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