Toxicologist Cat Barr of Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Lab says small-headed sneezeweed plants are flowering in parts of Texas, and when the plants bloom they pose a threat to sheep, goats, cattle, mules and horses. Weakness, vomiting, staggering, diarrhea, bloating and grinding of teeth can occur within hours of consumption, and even small quantities can be fatal.
Sneezeweed poses threat to livestock, experts say
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