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  1. With Mexico'S very different three wire system, I'm trying to find what kind of transfer switch I need to link my generator to my circuit panel. Any info greatlyaappreciated.
  2. Yes it is open. They have been having trouble with the phone.
  3. I sprayed them with a hose during the day and they never came back.
  4. Be careful dogs can catch brucellosis from raw milk.
  5. It is not late, flu shots should be given the end of October or the beginning of November.
  6. You missed the point bacteria can't live in that environment. I don't want to change the topic to tequila but if to give me your phone number by private message I will call you. I am in the us.
  7. Good article , but the process of distillation takes the alcohol on an average to 110 degrees in tequila before water is added to bring it to 80 proof in the bottle.
  8. The alcohol in tequila will not allow bacteria to live.
  9. You can also get bruscellosis from eating rare meat. I had the one from beef.
  10. Here is from the Mayo Clinic "DefinitionBy Mayo Clinic staff Brucellosis is an infectious disease that spreads from animals to people — most often via unpasteurized milk, cheese and other dairy products. More rarely, the bacteria that cause brucellosis can spread through the air or through direct contact with infected animals. Brucellosis symptoms include fever, joint pain and fatigue. The infection can usually be treated successfully with antibiotics. Treatment takes several weeks, however, and relapses are common. While brucellosis is uncommon in the United States, the disease affects hundreds of thousands of people and animals worldwide. Avoiding unpasteurized dairy products and taking precautions when working with animals or in a laboratory can help prevent brucellosis." I know, I have it now and have been fighting this horrible stuff for over a year now. It is extremely hard to cure and believe it or not it is around Lakeside. The United States and Canada inoculate their livestock. Mexico doesn't require it.
  11. Dr Hactor Gonzalaz Miramontas was the only one chosen in Mexico by W magazine for all of Mexico. He is in Gladajara tei ( 33) 3123 2323 3125 2309
  12. I would use Ricardo de la Torre He is an arborist and lives in Jocotopec . His number is 045 331 286 7648
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