Toxic Plants: New Extension Service Book Provides Guide for Horse Owners

To help horse owners identify and control poisonous weeds and plants and understand treatment recommendations for their horses, University of Minnesota Extension recently released a book titled Plants Poisonous or Harmful to Horses in the North Central United States.

This 44-page book presents research-based information on 18 plants or groups of plants that commonly cause poisonin

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