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Be on the Lookout for Grass Tetany

grass tetany and cowsGrass tetany could be a problem for grazing cattle and sheep once temperatures start to warm. Forage grasses left shorter in the fall soon could experience rapid growth, which can lead to protein or potassium overtaking the magnesium in the grass. This could pose a poisonous threat to cows and ewes that are in late gestation or heavy lactation. Learn about grass tetany susceptibility, symptoms and prevention.

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