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The relationships that exist between the amount of hair and quantity of sebum on cattle skin and the population density of H. irritans were investigated. Brahman and Chianina steers had means of 2390 and 1587 hairs per cm2, respectively, significantly more than the mean number of hairs on Angus...

Steelman, C. D.; Brown, M. A.; Gbur, E. E.; Tolley, G.
Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 1997, 11, 3, pp 257-264

A general account is given of the economic losses suffered by cattle in North America due to arthropods and arthropod-borne diseases, and on the research undertaken in Arkansas on solving these problems.

Lancaster, J. L.; Steelman, C. D.; Simco, J. S.
Arkansas Farm Research, 1988, 37, 5, pp 10