DATISCA GLOMERATA, DURANGO ROOT, POISONING IN CATTLE
 
Description    Durango root, a member of the Datisca family native to California, can be toxic to cattle. The plant is not palatable and toxicosis appears to be more common in times of drought.
 
Species   Bovine
 
Signs   Anorexia, Diarrhea, Dullness, Excessive salivation, Inability to stand, Sudden death
 
References   Galey FD. A case of datisca glomerata poisoning in beef cattle. vet hum toxicol 1990;32:575
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