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Don't Pick Just One
Tue May 26, 2015 01:19 PM CDT

On February 19, the temperature was down in the low 20s in Marianna, Fla. Hardly typical. But Lamont Ennis wasn't complaining. "Isn't it a beautiful day? This will knock the flies back."

It's no wonder Ennis welcomes cold weather. This general manager of the Southern Cattle Company, said he and his crew fight flies at least six months out of the year. They appreciate any help Mother Nature throws their way.

"Fly control is a challenge in the Southeast because of our warmer weather. We don't get enough prolonged periods of cold weather ...

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