Authors as Published

Gabriel Pent, Ruminant Livestock Systems Specialist, Southern Piedmont Agricultural Research and Extension Center; and John Fike, Forage Extension Specialist, School of Plant and Environmental Sciences

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The consumption of toxic tall fescue causes vasoconstriction in livestock, reducing their ability to cool themselves. This has implications for animal productivity particularly during the summer months.

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Publication Date

September 19, 2018