Forages at risk for prussic acid poisoning

Oct 25, 2013
With parts of the country experiencing the first cold weather of fall, producers should be aware that forage sorghum, sorghum-sudan hybrids and sudangrass all have the potential to produce prussic acid poisoning in livestock when stressed by factors such as frost, said Alvaro Garcia, South Dakota State University Extension Dairy Specialist.

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