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Scientists Solve Toxic Grass Mystery  
Posted by Susan Lillard  
Sunday, 03 October 2004

It took decades of effort but scientists finally solved the mystery of why some cattle and horses grazing on a popular feed grass were losing foals and falling ill, and found a way to solve the problem while keeping the hardy nature of the grass. Tall fescue is a grass grown widely in the United States. Able to thrive on land which is too hilly, rocky, or otherwise inappropriate for cultivated crops, it is mainly grown as a hay crop and in pastures to feed beef cattle.

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Toxic Trivia  
Posted by Susan Lillard  
Sunday, 03 October 2004

What do the Mad Hatter, "Stachy Wacky" and the Salem Witch Trials Have in Common?

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