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07/06/17 Sound Ag Advice 218

Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, can produce toxins that are harmful to livestock, wildlife and people. Although this is something we typically see in ponds in late July, this year’s drought conditions have spurred the growth of algae blooms says Miranda Meehan, NDSU Extension Service livestock environmental stewardship specialist. Meehan joins this week’s Sound Ag Advice to discuss how to prevent cyanobacteria poisoning.
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