Azalea Toxicity in Goats

Christine Navarre  |  7/11/2017 6:20:30 PM

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Azaleas are toxic to goats, and even small amounts of the plant’s foliage can result in poisoning. The poisoning may occur when goats browse azaleas (Rhododendron indica) or when well-meaning individuals throwing azalea clippings to nearby goats...See Full Text

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