Missouri Cattle Die After Eating Drought-Stressed Grass

Missouri agriculture officials are receiving reports of cattle dying after grazing on drought-stressed grass.

The University of Missouri Extension service says the problem is johnsongrass. During droughts like this year’s, it can accumulate dangerous levels of nitrates and prussic acid.


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