Conditions necessary for a reaction to occur are: 1 the animals must have white areas of skin unpigmented ; 2 the animals must eat a sufficient quantity of the plants; and 3 the animals must be exposed to bright sun. White goats frequently become badly ''sunburned'' when they are on rape pasture in bright, sunny weather with little or no shade. A notable example of this is water hemlock. These contain under certain conditions, prussic acid hydrocyanic acid , a deadly poison that interferes with the oxygen-carrying ability of the blood. The poison is a volatile alkaloid, coniine, found in the foliage all season and in the seeds in late summer. Peaches, plums, wild cherry, and other stone fruits belong to this group of plants. After sudan grass has been repeatedly frozen and the plants are completely dead, it is safe but not very valuable for pasture.
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Inflammation of the skin from contact with the plants is an affliction of goat keepers more frequently than of goats.
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Animals usually die in convulsions. Poisoning rarely occurs except in early spring when young plants are accidentally eaten, but the roots, stems, leaves and flowers are always poisonous. Keywords: Animal Husbandry Meat Goats. They may be grouped by the type of poison contained, the effect of their toxins or the part of the plant containing the poison.