The good news is that although the potential from hydrocyanic acid (HCN) or prussic acid poisoning or nitrate toxicity does exist when grazing sorghums and sudangrass, the fact is that actual cases of poisoning are rare. A few precautions taken will let you graze sorghums and sudangrass with relative safety.
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