Kansas dairy producers cautious of prussic acid poisoning

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Recent rains on drought stressed forages have caused many cattle producers to be cautious of prussic acid poisoning. K-State extension dairy specialist Mike Brouk warns producers of the potential hazards associated with prussic acid poisoning and ways to go about avoiding it’s presence within the dairy herd.

 



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