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MF3040 Prussic Acid Poisoning
Holman, John
Roozeboom, Kraig
Mengel, David B.
Blasi, Dale


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Prussic acid is also known as hydrocyanic acid or hydrogen cyanide (HCN). Grazing plants that have produced excess cyanide causes prussic acid poisoning. Sorghums, sudangrass, sorghum–sudangrass crosses, and closely related species are most commonly associated with prussic acid poisoning. 2 p.
 
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