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Drought increases toxic and poisonous plant risk to livestock

May 10, 2013
Livestock under normal conditions are fairly adept at selecting forages with safe nutritional values based on preference, learned behavior and a function called “negative feedback” which basically is the memory that a plant generated illness, depressed condition, or discomfort when eaten.

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