Spring is not forthwith in showing up this year but I'd bet, if I was a betting man, that the bugs are scrambling to get here. I am speaking of the big bugs, lice and ticks, and of the micro bugs, the ones that live in the intestines of cattle. Some of the nastiest bugs of all, things like anthrax, can live in the ground for at least a hundred years. Leptospirosis is another of the sturdy ones, and blackleg, and the list goes on.
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