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Sneezeweed poses threat to livestock, experts say

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.

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