Toxic Indigo Creeping into the Florida Panhandle

Randall Weiseman Ag "Outdoors", Cattle, Equine, Florida, General, Livestock, Pork, Sheep-Goats

uf-ifas-toxic-indigoCreeping Indigo was first noted in South Florida as a toxic plant in the early 1930’s and cases of indigo poisoning have been found as far north as Alachua County. Toxicity has been reported in all livestock species except swine.

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