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Locoweed (also crazyweed and loco) is a common name in North America for any plant that produces swainsonine, a phytotoxin harmful to livestock. Worldwide, swainsonine is produced by a small number of species, most in three genera of the flowering plant family Fabaceae: Oxytropis and Astragalus in North America, and Swainsona in Australia. The term locoweed usually refers only to the North American species of Oxytropis and Astragalus, but this article includes the other species as well. Some references may list Datura stramonium as loco weed.
Locoweed is relatively palatable to livestock, and some individual animals will seek it out. Livestock poisoned by chronic ingestion of large amounts of swainsonine develop a medical condition known as locoism (also swainsonine disease,swainsonine toxicosis, locoweed disease, and loco disease; North America) and pea struck (Australia). Locoism is reported most often in cattle, sheep, and horses, but has been reported also in elk and deer. It is the most widespread poisonous plant problem in the western United States.Agricultural Research Service and New Mexico State University scientists have been collaborating since 1990 to help solve the problem that locoweed presents to livestock farmers. The research involved identifying the fungal species that produces the locoweed toxins, pinpointing levels of toxicity in animals once they have ingested locoweed, observing the effects of locoweed toxins on livestock’s reproduction and grazing preferences, etc. Together, the scientists assembled a grazing management scheme to help farmers avoid the poisonous locoweed.
Most of the 2000 species of Astragalus, including many that are commonly known as locoweeds, do not produce swainsonine. Some species, including a few that produce swainsonine, accumulate selenium. This has led to confusion between swainsonine poisoning and selenium poisoning due to this genus.

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Locoweed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Locoweed (also crazyweed and loco) is a common name in North America for any plant that produces swainsonine, a phytotoxin harmful to livestock. Worldwide ...
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Poisonous Plant Research : Locoweed (Astragalus and Oxytropis ...
Locoweed is found on foothills and semiarid regions. It grows in tufts or clumps, Locoweed gets its name from the Spanish word loco (crazy) which is how the ...
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"POISONOUS PLANTS SLIDES - LOCOWEED" - CAL > Home
Locoweed is a perennial herb that grows in clumps with pinnately compound leaves and lacking tendrils. It has blue, white, or purple pea-like flowers and short  ...
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HowStuffWorks "Locoweed"
26 Sep 2013 ... Locoweed, the common name of a number of different plants that poison sheep, cattle, and horses on the Great Plains. Some, such as the ...
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locoweed (plant) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Locoweed, any of several species of poisonous plants of the genera Astragalus and Oxytropis, in the pea family (Fabaceae), native to the prairies of north central  ...
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Loco Weed | ASPCA
Clinical Signs: The plant is not very palatable, but will be eaten by animals with no other forage; once eaten, animals become "addicted" to the plant and will not  ...
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Swainsonine Poisoning - Plants Poisonous to Livestock - Cornell ...
Swainsonine Poisoning. A number of Astragalus carry swainsonine as their primary toxic principle. Some of these are: A. argillophilus - Halfmoon Locoweed  ...
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Locoweed | Define Locoweed at Dictionary.com
any of various leguminous plants of the genera Astragalus and Oxytropis, of the southwestern U.S. and Mexico, causing locoism in sheep, horses, etc.
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Locoweed - Range Plants of Utah - extension.usu.edu
Wooly Locoweed, courtesy of Dr. Roger Banner, USU Extension. Wooly Locoweed ... Locoweed starts growth in late fall, winter, or early spring. Milkvetches ...
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Locoweed grazing.
Locoweed is the most widespread poisonous plant problem in the western U. S. Eleven species of Astragalus and Oxytropis (and many varieties within these ...
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Swainsonine - Plants Poisonous to Livestock - Cornell University ...
Department of Animal Science at Cornell University; This site contains ... A. asymmetricus - Horse Locoweed; A. mollisimus - Woolly or Purple Locoweed ...
Locoweed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Locoweed (also crazyweed and loco) is a common name in North America for any ... Agricultural Research Service and New Mexico State University scientists  ...
RR 730 Locoweed Research
Grazing Locoweed can increase incidence of congestive right-heart failure ... ew Mexico State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and ...
Isolation and Characterization of Swainsonine from Texas ...
Department of Biochemistry, The University of Texas Health Science Center, San ... was isolated from Locoweed (Astragalus emoryanus) that grows in Texas.
Locoweed - Utah State University Extension
Wooly Locoweed, courtesy of Dr. Roger Banner, USU Extension. Wooly Locoweed ... Locoweed starts growth in late fall, winter, or early spring. Milkvetches ...
Integrated Livestock Management Locoweed- CVMBS - Colorado ...
The Integrated Livestock Managment initiative at Colorado State University is to train animal agriculture specialists with focused expertise and understanding the  ...
Researchers Study Livestock and Locoweed - ARS : - US ...
21 Jun 2010 ... ARS and New Mexico State University researchers are devising new ways to prevent livestock losses to Locoweed. Photo courtesy of Mary ...
Details - Locoweed disease of sheep, - Biodiversity Heritage Library
Locoweed disease of sheep,. Add this to your Mendeley library Report an error ... Publication info. Charlottesville, Va.,University of Virginia[1914] 1914 ...
Locoweed on the CSU Ranch - El PASO COUNTY ...
Locoweed Poisoning on the CSU Ranch. In 1994, Gary Greathouse faced his biggest challenge ever as manager of the Colorado State University (CSU) ...
locoweed common names genus - Yale info - Yale University
Milk Vetch and Locoweed are common names for this ... The common names for the Eriogonums are wild ... The most common causes are poor hygiene .
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Farmers' Bulletin
Farmers' Bulletin
1975
Larkspur: Little (Delphinium bicolor) Menzies (D. menziesii) Tall (D. barbeyii) Duncecap (D. occidentale) Lettuce: Blue (Lactuca pulchella) Wild (L. scariola) Loco, bigbend (Astragalus earlei) Locoweed, white (Oxytropis lambertii) Locust, black ...
International Poisonous Plants Checklist: An Evidence-Based ...
International Poisonous Plants Checklist: An Evidence-Based ...
D. Jesse Wagstaff, 2008
Common Names: blue Locoweed; freckled milk vetch; speckled Locoweed; spotted Locoweed Citations: Balls LD, James LF (1973) Effect of Locoweed ( Astragalus spp.) on reproductive performance of ewes. J Am Vet Med Assoc 162( 4):291-292.
Barium, a Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease
Barium, a Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease
Albert Cornelius Crawford, 2009
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Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its ...
Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its ...
Clarence A. Hall, Jr., 2007
(Locoweed), 36 Astragalus trichopodus ssp. trichopodus (vetch), 50, 53 Astragalus trichopodus var. lonchus (coast Locoweed, rattleweed, southern California Locoweed), 29, 53 Astragalus trichopodus var. phoxus (astragalus), 53 Astragalus ...
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locoweed: definition of locoweed in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)
Definition of Locoweed in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
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Iridescent Beetle Devouring A Delicious Locoweed In RMNP « Estes Park Blog & Rocky Mountain National Park Blog
Phil took this cool photograph of a Beetle taking a chunk out of this Locoweed wildflower. I loved it! Look at his antennae…aren’t they incredible? What do you think? ]]> Tags: Estes Park, National Parks, Outdoor Photography, RMNP Back Country, RMNP Wildflowers, Rocky Mountain National Park.
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Pretty Locoweed Wildflowers in Rocky Mountain National Park « Estes Park Blog & Rocky Mountain National Park Blog
Last summer the Locoweed wildflowers were everywhere in Rocky Mountain National Park! You could see them all along the trails and along the side of the road. Sometimes it looks like a carpet with all of the Locoweeds growing together. Locoweed come in many different colors from white to light pink to fuscia to lavender to purple.
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Locoweed seed pods rattling in the wind | Sagebrush Lessons
A patch of Locoweed seed pods rattling in the wind. Scientists have recently discovered a fungus associated with Locoweed that actually produces the toxin.
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Loco Weed | ASPCA
If you think that your animal is ill or may have ingested a poisonous substance, contact your local veterinarian or our 24-hour emergency poison hotline directly at 1-888-426-4435.
www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants/loco-weed
CSERC Blogger » Whitney’s locoweed
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locoweed - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
any of several leguminous plants of western North America causing locoism in livestock
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