Poisononous Plants for Ruminants in South America. Importance and Control Measures

Abstract

Economic losses due to livestock poisoning by plants can be defined as direct and indirect. Direct losses are caused by death of animals, lower reproductive performance (abortions, infertility, and malformations), reduced production of surviving animals and other alterations due to transitory illness, sub clinical diseases with decreased production of milk… (More)

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@inproceedings{RietCorrea2010PoisononousPF, title={Poisononous Plants for Ruminants in South America. Importance and Control Measures}, author={Franklin Riet-Correa and Rosane M. T. Medeiros}, year={2010} }