Brush species have low nutritional value and present challenges to targeted grazing management. Livestock producers can use this publication to identify selected toxic brush species found in the California chaparral and understand nutritional content and toxin presence for these plants in order to develop timing and supplementation protocols for targeted grazing.
Includes a table describing the seasonal variation of annual grass, forbs, and clover as well as photo identification for selected plants.
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