CONTROLLING GRASS TETANY IN LIVESTOCK

REVISED BY CHRIS ALLISON
Grass Tetany, sometimes called grass staggers, wheat-pasture poisoning, lactation tetany and hypomagnesaemia, is a metabolic disorder of livestock. It occurs primarily in ruminant animals; lactating cows are the most susceptible. Older cows are more susceptible than those with their first or second calves. Also, cows that are herded or worked may be more susceptible to tetany.
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