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In the current study, mycotoxicoses of ruminants and horses are reviewed, with an emphasis on the occurrence of these diseases in South America. The main mycotoxicoses observed in grazing cattle include intoxications by indole-diterpenoid mycotoxins (Paspalum spp. contaminated by Claviceps paspali, ...

Author(s)
Riet-Correa, F.; Rivero, R.; Odriozola, E.; Adrien, M. de L.; Medeiros, R. M. T.; Schild, A. L.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2013, 25, 6, pp 692-708
Abstract

Horse preference among four swards was investigated at the Federal University of Paraná, Brazil, on April 2000. Swards were composed of Cynodon spp. (Tifton 85) with Trifolium repens (white clover) and Lotus corniculatus (lotus) in mixture, Paspalum paniculatum (paspalum) in mixture with the same...

Author(s)
Dittrich, J. R.; Carvalho, P. C. de F.; Moraes, A. de; Oliveira, E. B. de; Dittrich, R. L.; Oikawa, M.; Souza, F. T. V. de; Santos, F. dos
Publisher
Universidade Federal de Goiás, Escola de Veterinária, Goiânia, Brazil
Citation
Ciência Animal Brasileira, 2007, 8, 1, pp 87-94
Abstract

Abrupt dietary transitions and feeding of rapidly fermentable diets are common practices in the horse industry and have been associated with digestive and metabolic disorders that can impair the performance of horses. The present study investigated the effect of dietary transition from pasture...

Author(s)
Berg, M. van den; Hoskin, S. O.; Rogers, C. W.; Grinberg, A.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2013, 33, 4, pp 215-222
Abstract

Cases of poisoning in horses after eating sudan grass (Sorghum vulgare), fescue (Festuca arundinacea) infected with an endophytic fungus Acremonium coenophialum, red clover (Trifolium pratense) infected with a fungus (Rhizoctonia leguminicola) and lucerne hay infested with blister beetles (Epicauta ...

Author(s)
Morgan, S. E.
Citation
Equine Practice, 1996, 18, 1, pp 8..12
Abstract

AIM: To measure the nutritive value of pasture in terms of digestible energy (DE) intake (DEI) and dry matter (DM) digestibility and to determine the apparent absorption of macroelements in lactating Thoroughbred mares grazed on pasture. METHODS: DM intake (DMI) and DEI were determined from daily...

Author(s)
Grace, N. D.; Shaw, H. L.; Gee, E. K.; Firth, E. C.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 2002, 50, 5, pp 182-185
Abstract

Sustainable livestock production in the UK relies heavily on imported feed protein. In this review we assess the current use and future potential of N2 fixing bacterial inoculants to increase home grown feed protein production in the UK. Biological nitrogen fixation by legumes provides a...

Author(s)
Cummings, S. P.; Andrews, M.; Hall, R.; Knight, B.
Publisher
Association of Applied Biologists, Wellesbourne, UK
Citation
Aspects of Applied Biology, 2003, No.70, pp 37-44
Abstract

A survey of 163 Thoroughbred breeders in New Zealand showed that 94% of studs used Lolium perenne/Trifolium repens pastures and 26% admitted to problems with ryegrass staggers caused by the presence of an endophyte [Acremonium lolii]. Plots of L. perenne with and without endophyte, L. hybridum, L....

Author(s)
Hunt, W. F.; Hay, R. J. M.; Clark, D.
Publisher
Association Française pour la Production Fourragère, Versailles, France
Citation
Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France., 1989, pp 797-798
Abstract

The influence of type of animal, plant growth forms, grazing intensity, treading, animal excreta, animal saliva and interactions between these factors on the response of forage plants to grazing is reviewed. Cattle graze individual plant parts less selectively than sheep, goats or horses. Diet...

Author(s)
Matches, A. G.
Citation
Journal of Production Agriculture, 1992, 5, 1, pp 1-7
Abstract

It has been recognized on the continent for some considerable time that the feeding of horses exclusively on certain species of clover gives rise to toxic symptoms. C. describes the symptoms arising from feeding horses on Trifolium hybridum and T. pratense, and states that the poisoning will only...

Author(s)
Chelle, P. L.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1940, 116, pp 5-16
Abstract

Although this dissertation deals predominantly with veterinary aspects of livestock production, some 30 pages are devoted to animal breeding and improvement by AI. In 1974, there were in Iraq 2 048 245 cattle, 183 806 water buffaloes, 78 945 camels, 2 583 536 goats, 8 526 480 sheep and 86 443 ...

Author(s)
Saad, S. J.
Publisher
Justus Liebig-Universitat, Giessen., German Federal Republic
Citation
Probleme der Tiergesundheit im Irak., 1976, pp 272 pp.

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