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Break the 2-year life cycle of ticks on your Central MA property

You might think the fall is the end of tick season and that you will soon be protected from tick bites with the approaching colder weather.  If so, you are partially correct.  Ticks will begin to go dormant in weather … Continue reading

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Think There Might Be Fewer Ticks In The Summer? Maybe We Just Don’t See Them…

You may think a harsh winter means fewer ticks in the summer.  Since ticks are small, they don’t look very hardy.  They can’t control their temperature, so a very cold winter as we had last season means fewer ticks, right?  … Continue reading

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The Role Of Rodents In The Spread Of Lyme Disease – Deer Aren’t The Only Villains

Deer get a bad rap in any discussion about Lyme Disease.  Even the tick that carries Lyme Disease is often called the Deer Tick.  The fact is deer don’t ever get Lyme Disease and don’t directly pass it on to … Continue reading

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Our top 3 favorite educational videos from a one-to-watch source

If you are trying to read up on ticks here in Central Mass and Lyme Disease, you have your work cut out for you. There are hundreds of great resources. Follow this blog for regular, short informational posts about Lyme … Continue reading

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