University of Maryland Extension

Toxic Plant Seminar

Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Harford County Extension Office
2335 Rock Spring Road
Forest Hill, MD 21050
United States
Dr. Anna Snarski and Sara BhaduriHauck

Do you know what plants in your pasture pose a threat to your livestock? What steps are you taking to reduce your animals’ risk of eating something toxic? Dr. Anna Snarski and Extension Educator Sara BhaduriHauck will discuss the principles of plant toxicity, identification of toxic plants, and tips for keeping livestock safe from plant poisonings. This workshop will be geared toward adults, but older youth may also participate. Information will be relevant to producers of all livestock species, including cattle, small ruminants, horses, and other pastured species. Light refreshments and printed resources will be provided. Registration is $5 per person; please register by October 12. For more information or to register, contact Sara BhaduriHauck at the Harford County Extension Office at 410-638-3255 or

$5 per person
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