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Genetic selection could produce cattle resistant to toxic larkspurs
Cattle are not picky eaters. Put them in a pasture with toxic plants and edible grasses, and they quickly swallow both. For ranchers, this diet comes at a heavy price, with up to 10 percent of steers that graze fields containing toxic larkspurs dying after eating the poisonous plants.
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