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Wednesday, June 18, 2014 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota -- Page 16 TipS from the OF AG By Jim Stordahl Clearwater County Extension This week&apos;s timely tip comes from Katie Klar. Katie is a seni6r at the University of Minnesota - Crookston and is once again working as a summer intern in the Polk County Extension office. Katie was here last summer and found it so enjoyable, she's back again! Katie hails from Hinckley, Minnesota where her family raises beef cattle. Read on... There are 13 species of ticks in Minnesota that have been identified. Only three of these species are commonly encountered by humans: American dog tick (also called wood tick), blacklegged tick (likewise Beware of ticks! called deer tick), and brown dog tick. These species are known as hard ticks because the head is visible. Soft ticks, which are usually associated with bats, do not have a visible head. Identification: Identification of ticks starts with color and size; however, these methods of identification are not always helpful. Color is more useful than size except when the tick is enlarged or engorged. When they are engorged they become stretched and therefore, will be a lighter color than normal. Size is not reliable because of the different species, the maturity, and the sex. Size may overlap between species especially if the tick is mature or immature. Another thing to keep in mind is that males are always smaller than the females. Males and females can be identified easily as adults. The females' scutum is relatively smaller compared Lunch special POTATO KLUB! WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18TH E Friday: BBQ ribs with baked potato Village Caf6, Shevlin Open 6 a.m.-7 p.m. 7 days/week 785-2900 EVENTS FOR JUNE THE GRII m ><,., ;v. h OPEN LATE ,- ,, MINNESOTA STATE LOTTERY "WALK-INS WELCOME*" pULL FOOD HaDDV Hour: ON-OFF TABS Mon.-Fri., 4:00-6:00 SALE Wireless  ijnG@ every Thursday i i 8REAIdFAST Saturdays tuning at 10 am EVERY WEll'END Sundays at 11 am .................. iliii I  Mon.-Sat.: Open at 10 am Sun.: Open at 11 am NOTARY SERVlCE AVAILABLE - ]1 l[;].'..'.;;- -- COME ENJOY OUR DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS TUESDAY. Taco Salad WEDNESDAY. BBQ Ribs THURSDAY. Stuffed Cabbage Rolls FRIDAY. Hamburger Gravy; FRIDAY EVENING: Walleye Dinner SATURDAY. Steak & Shrimp BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY NOW SERVING FISH AND CHICKEN TACOS AND HEGGIES PIZZA WE ACCEPT DEBIT DISCOVER, WSA & MASTER CARD Bagleg 694-2177 Friday, June 20th ": .........  i= ......... Essentia Health-Fosston has been named A NATIONAL TOP 20 CRITICAL ACCESS HOSPITAL IN QUALITY We're proud to offer you some of the best care available anywhere, and proud to be part of a health system that makes it happen--by being here with you for anything and everything. Essentia Health-Fosston 900 Hilligoss Boulevard SE I Fosston 218.435.1212 EssentiaHealth.org to the males'. The female scutum is only about one third her body size while the male scutum is nearly his whole body size. The scutum is a hard shield behind the head, which is another reason why they are called a hard tick. Diseases: Ticks will feed on humans, livestock, and pets. They feed by cutting a small incision in the skin and then insert their mouthparts into the hole. This attaches themselves to the host and some ticks will even secrete another substance - an adhesive, to lock their mouthparts to the host. Blacklegged ticks or "deer ticks" can transmit diseased organisms into the host. These diseased organisms can cause Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, babesiosis, and Powassan More entertainment & dining ads on page 5. encephalitis. Although American dog ticks are known to carry the diseased organism that causes Rocky Mountain spotted fever in the U.S., this disease is seldom encountered in Minnesota. Removal: It is important to remove a tick as soon as possible. If the tick is embedded it is possible to be transmitted with a disease, especially when the tick is embedded for a long period of time. To remove a tick properly when attached to a human or BETHEL WELCA LADIES AID Thursday, June 19 Bethel Lutheran Church Bible Study - 2 p.m. Lunch Served 3:30 - 7:00 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME FREE WILL OFFERING .  miles S. on 92 to 300 St., mile Easl, mile Noah pet grasp it as close to the skin of the host as possible without squeezing the abdomen. Use steady pressure when pulling away from the host until the tick is pulled out of the skin. Do not twist or jerk the tick out or there will be a risk of the mouthparts breaking off and remaining in the skin. Always use a germicide, like iodine, to help stop infection. Ineffective methods for pulling out ticks include the use of tape, alcohol, or Vaseline. The tick will not voluntarily pull its mouthparts out of the skin. If there was potential for a pulled tick to transmit a disease, then save it by putting it in a container to be identified. Prevention & Treatment: Ticks crawl onto people below the knees and eventually crawl upwards, so it is important to wear protective clothing like 00.COIINTRY.INN Shevlin (218) 785-9902 i Friday, June 20 Open Mic 9p.m.-1 a.m. Saturday, June 21 Wynkoop Band, 9p.m.-1 a.m. Now Selling Sawdust Dayz Buttons $2. O0 1 OPEN AT 7.-00 FOR BREARMST, NOON SPECIALS DAILY i 4Fireside Grill G Patfo SUMMER EVENTS Saturday, June 28: The Accoust Hicks playing live under the pavilion, 8-Midnight Thursday, July 3 The Accoust Hicks live during the All School Reunion, 8-Midnight Saturday, July 5 Dueling Pianos - 1 76 Keys presents "'Fun Pianos, "" Laugh, Engage, Sing, Interactive Fun/ 8-Midnight under the pavilion No Cover Charge - Come join the Fun.'[ I Hwy 2 West Bagley, MN 56621 ] (218) 694-2012 Jy2c7s 1 :, Class of 1975 Class of 1975 will be building the reunion float at Mark Stinar's Monday, June 30 at 6 p.m. Call Mark or Barb with questions Jn25-30s I AT00I I on site I *Price change as of May 27 Matinee: $5.00 Evening Show: $5.50 Phone: (218) 435-1700 www.Fosston Theatre.om HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 FRI-THURS: 1:30, 4:30 & 7:30 Summer Morning Movies will start July 4thl 11 - m. show for $2! Sponsored by Ultima Bank long sleeved shirts and pants. Wear light colored clothes for better identification of ticks and tuck you pants into your socks so that the ticks cannot get to your skin as quickly. Stay on trails to avoid areas where ticks are most common. Use repellents from your toes to waist. After being out in tick infested areas check all your clothing and yourself. Check mostly in crevices like armpits, knees, toes, inner legs, head and hair, and around the waist. Prevention for animals includes vaccines, examinations, and products applied to the skin: spot on treatments (#1), repellents, sprays, dips, and impregnated collars. The area where the animal resides may be treatel for further protection. For more information orl forages, contact us at 800, 450-2465, or at stordahl@ umn.edu. Source: Universi of Minnesota Extension Open house Deb-Raye's ...... . ..... All School Reunion Memorabilia : Get a "sneek peek" at the i:: *: ....  ': Commemorative Reunion Jewelry  ...... Reunion T-shirts and sweatshirts Check out websites: www. bagleyallschoolreunion, com and www. deb-rayes, corn Then come and see for yourselfl 530 5th St. NE Bagley Saturday, June 21 and 28 from 1-3 p.m. Jn25-23s Wednesday, Thursday, & Saturday July 2, 3, 5 - 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 6 - 4:00 p.m. Bagley High School Auditorium Adults: $10 Students: $7 Tickets available at Mark's Hardware and Reunion Headquarters WALLEYE FISH FRY 5:30-7:30 P.M. ~ s12 THE ACCOUST HICKS 8 P.M. Our favorite rockers are back and Kiwis playing with them AM|III(AN LmONS0000b00I IRVINBLIXPOST #16 XJI ,o BAGLEY. 694-6125 'I Wed. 18th: Post Meeting, 7:00 p.m. Fri. 20th: Walleye Fish Fry, 5:30-7:30 p.m.; The Accoust Hicks, 8:00 p.m. FrL 27th: BBQ Rib Supper, 5:30-7:30 p.m.; Walker Family Reunion Sat. 28th: Walker Family Reunion Sun. 29th: Walker Family Reunion July Schedule Coming Soon! ' ) HAPPYHOUR: Monday. Friday 4:30.6:00 p.m. , " i Book your special events with the Legion. U CONTACT RICHARD, 694-6125 For your kitchen needs  *O CALL SAMANTHA, 612.834.4559 * Check for FREE RENT for ./ Non-profit Organizations ItvI III  k11Y  Il Ill III I I IIl lli lI II II III IIII I  I M O AMERICAN LEGION / IRVIN BLIX POST #16 .) Bagley, MN 56621  Phone: (218) 694-6125