STINKWEED POISONING IN CATTLE
 
Description    Stinkweed (ZIERIA ABORESCENS) is found in Australia, and when ingested causes a syndrome of pulmonary edema in cattle. The poisoning has been experimentally reproduced.
 
Species   Bovine
 
Signs   Dyspnea, Fever, Increased respiratory rate, Mucoid nasal discharge, Tachycardia
 
References   Munday BL. Zieria arborescens (stinkweed) intoxication in cattle. Aust Vet J 1968;44:501
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