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Pigweed

Weed of the Week: Pigweed

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Sandspur

Weed of the Week: Sandspur

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Sicklepod

Weed of the Week: Sicklepod

This week’s weed is toxic! Scout now for plants, mature ones are seen in late summer and early fall. …

Broomsedge

Weed of the Week: Broomsedge

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Showy Crotalaria

Weed of the Week: Showy Crotalaria

Be on the lookout for this week’s weed…it can be TOXIC to all livestock species. Disclaimer: The use of brand names …

Smartweed

Weed of the Week: Smartweed

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Florida Pusley weed

Weed of the Week: Florida Pusley

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May and June 2019 Livestock Newsletter

Our newsletter is updated! Please check it out for important information regarding animal waste management, parasites in horses, and …

Marestail weed

Weed of the Week: Marestail

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Perilla Mint

Weed of the Week: Perilla Mint

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Horsenettle

Weed of the Week: Horsenettle

Our weed of the week is horsenettle! Disclaimer: The use of brand names and any mention or listing of commercial …

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Weed of the Week: Wild Garlic

This week’s weed is wild garlic, while it looks similar to wild onion–this one has a distinctive …

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