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Cyanide may be cause of cattle deaths


Cyanide may be cause of cattle deaths
Millions of acres have been planted with Tifton 85 Bermuda grass across the southeastern United States, including this field in Wilson County.


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Wilson County News
July 3, 2012
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Ranchers beware.

Conditions are perfect for cattle death from forage sources, and one cattleman in Elgin recently lost 15 of 18 rodeo calves, just from turning them into a field to graze. . . .

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La Vernia  
July 4, 2012 3:45pm
 
Thanks to the WCN for the explanation on the prussic acid/cyanide problem encountered in Elgin and the details provided by Dennis Hale and Dr. Deason. Good job.

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