Date of this Version
Journal of Economic Entomology, Volume 36, Issue 5, 1 October 1943
The scarcity of data on the actual extent of cattle grub infestation in Nebraska became evident during the winter of 1942--43 when a control program was being organized. Although there were some cattlemen who were acutely aware of the losses occasioned by this pest, there were many others who had given the problem little thought or who believed that infestation resulted largely from the importation of feeder cattle. More detailed information was obviously desirable in order to present an accurate and convincing account of the problem to the cattle growers.