Livestock-Poisoning Plants of California

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Forero, Larry
Nader, Glenn
Craigmill, Arthur L.
Ditomaso, Joseph M.
Puschner, Birgit
Maas, John
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
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ANR Publication 8398. Horses, goats, sheep, and cattle can sicken or die if they eat from a poisonous plant. The best strategy is just to keep these plants out of reach. Here are photos, ID info, and poisoning symptoms for more than 30 hazardous ornamental and range plants.
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Technical Report
University of Arizona

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