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Hot summer days bring increased risk of sulfate toxicity in cattle

May 25, 2012
It is a hot summer’s day in eastern Colorado and as you are driving around your rangeland to check on the cattle, you notice that several calves seem depressed and do not run away when approached. In fact, they seem blind and uncoordinated.

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