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USDA Declares Sonora, Mexico as Free of Fever Ticks!documentDetail;D=APHIS_FRDOC_0001-1741


The United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service today declares the Mexican state of Sonora as free of fever ticks and modified the requirements for importing cattle from Sonora into the U.S.  This action ensures that the U.S. remains protected from cattle fever ticks but also reduces the costs associated with importing cattle.

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