Acute cattle intoxication from Nerium oleander pods

@article{SotoBlanco2006AcuteCI,
  title={Acute cattle intoxication from Nerium oleander pods},
  author={B. Soto-Blanco and J. D. Fontenele-Neto and D. M. Silva and P. F. C. C. Reis and J. E. N{\'o}brega},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2006},
  volume={38},
  pages={451-454}
}
Seven outbreaks of acute intoxication from oleander (Nerium oleander) in cattle were reported in Northeast of Brazil. A total of 92 cattle were poisoned by oleander in 7 different herds; 57 animals died (67% of affected cattle). All cases reported here occurred during dry season. Two of the outbreaks resulted from offering oleander triturated and mixed with fodder. In the other cases, accidental ingestion of residual parts of oleander derived from pruning or cutting plants on grazing land were… Expand
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