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Ultrasound helps understand fescue toxicosis in cattle
Tall fescue is the predominant grass used for grazing in the U.S. But more than 80 percent of the tall fescue in the Fescue Belt region the transition zone between the temperate north and the subtropical southis infected with an endophytic fungus.
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