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Food aversion learning to eliminate cattle consumption of pine needles.
Persistence of aversions to larkspur in naive and native cattle.
Creating aversions to locoweed in naive and familiar cattle.
Continued food aversion: training livestock to avoid eating poisonous plants.
Ecological relationships between poisonous plants and rangeland condition: a review.
Mechanisms of learning in diet selection with reference to phytotoxicosis in herbivores.
Perceptions and economic losses from locoweed in north-eastern New Mexico.
Do most livestock losses to poisonous plants result from "poor" range management?