Tick Tubes: The Most Effective Long Term Tick Control in Southeastern Massachusetts

If you research the life cycle of a tick, you might ask why we mention “long term” tick control. The CDC clearly shows that the risk for tick-borne disease infection is predominantly late spring and summer. That’s when ticks are most plentiful, right? So why not spray then and be…

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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever: A New Reality in Massachusetts

Just because something is rare does not mean it doesn’t exist. According to Catherine Brown, Massachusetts deputy state epidemiologist, there have been only two confirmed cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever over the last ten years here in Massachusetts; that’s two confirmed of 55 suspected cases. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever…

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