The goal in Atlético is a thing of Ángel Correa, leader and talisman

first_imgThe last goal before this Saturday, after staying zero against Leganés and Real Madrid, was Against Cultural: Correa also scored it. The previous one, after two other zeros in front of Eibar and Madrid (Super Cup), was 2-3 at Barça: Correa’s work again. Within the last ten of Atlético has also marked to the east, which was the first of 2020, and to Betis, Just entered the field. That afternoon gave him time to give an assistance to Morata. Also gave goal passes to Saul, against Osasuna, and to Koke, against Barça.Correa’s goals also have an added value for the team: in these five of the streak, the game was tied at the time of the goal. Against Barça he went 2-2 and in the rest of the cases, 0-0. The other target of the Argentine, who has been six in the course, was 1-1 at Espanyol, the first of that comeback (finished 3-1). So far in 2020, without going too far, Atlético has only three wins and in all of them it marked the 10 rojiblanco. Atlético starts in Oblak and, in the most recent stage, It ends in Correa. One does saving stops and the other, decisive goals. The Argentine has become leader of the attack when perhaps he was no longer expected, accustomed to a role of revulsive that had been working, although he was not satisfied. But now A red and white victory is not conceived without their participation. And almost not a goal, because of the last 10 of the team has scored half; and of those who have not, has given assistance in three. It is essential, now more than ever, and without Morata, Diego Costa and João Félix, he has thrown the team behind him.Against Granada, in a match where Atleti lacked lucidity, Correa appeared in the two plays of real danger of the team. In 6 ‘he scored 1-0 at Koke’s pass; in the second half, in a counter, he served as an assist to Saul, whose volley crashed into Aaron. And even almost provokes a Soldier penalty (for Iturralde, AS referee, Soto Grado had to whistle it). This time he had to start as striker with Vitolo, although then he placed himself on the right and had to do a dirtier job that led to him. Simeone extolled the player’s effort: “Beyond the goal, to play better or worse, it will never stop putting heart and we need that.” So they are six goals and as many assists for Angel, the most decisive player in the Atleti attack with Morata, who adds two passes to his ten goals. Without 9, Correa had to be the battering ram, a situation that is increasingly common. The Atleti returned to onecerism and, although Oblak does not yield its share of prominence, in attack he takes the gallons Correa.Correa is a talisman if he scores in the LeagueCorrea’s goals are often accompanied by good news for Atlético. As happened on Saturday against Granada, That mark the Argentine in League is synonymous with victory rojiblanca. He has marked 24 points in the competition in as many games and the team did not lose any: 20 wins and four draws. In Copa, for example, it was not like this: Correa scored in León, but Atlético ended up coming back and removed.last_img read more

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‘Rude Boy’ Brown ready for UFC clash

first_img“… I want to basically decapitate him!”Well then.Jamaican Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Randy ‘Rude Boy’ Brown hardly sounds like a man who will be featuring in only his second UFC bout tonight.Brown summed up his intentions when he steps into the cage against Michael Graves – eerie name – in a UFC on Fox 19 fight at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.The welterweight clash, which starts at 4:30 p.m. (3:30 p.m. Jamaica time), falls on the under card for the main event fight between light heavyweight stars Glover Teixeira and Rashad Evans.Brown (7-0-0), who impressed in his UFC debut earlier this year after a unanimous decision win over Matt Dwyer, says he can hardly wait to face the undefeated Graves (5-0-0).”I’m super anxious right now, man. I’m ready. I’ve been feeling it in my workouts. Every system in my body is on, and I’m just looking forward to going out there to perform,” he told The Gleaner from Florida on Thursday. “I just can’t wait!”It’s a fight that will pit two warriors with conflicting styles against each other, with Brown’s stand-and-deliver, kick-and-punch arsenal going up against Graves’ canvas-loving, grappling preference.”He (Graves) is a tough guy, very durable,” Brown assessed. “He’s always looking to get you to the ground in a lock or a submission hold.”I am more of a fighter – I want to kick and punch. He wants to get me on the ground, hold me there, let time run out and win a decision, but I’m looking to decapitate him and take his head off, so it should be a good fight,” Brown added – not one to mince his words.And why should he?Finally on the UFC big stage, life was always a fight for the 25 year-old.Brown, who now lives in Jamaica, Queens, New York, grew up with his mother in Old Harbour, St Catherine. Things were hardly stable and he would soon move to live with his brothers in the gritty March Pen Road community in Spanish Town.He would eventually move to the United States at age 16, where he got involved with boxing.No turning back from MMABut that was just a fling. His real love was combat sports, and when he was introduced to MMA, he knew right away that there would be no turning back.Still, if anyone is expecting this UFC newbie, who – by the way, has only seven professional MMA fights in his legs – all without defeat – to feel any nerves in the cage, Brown says he is more than ready for the extra pressure and attention.”This has always been a goal for me ever since being back home in Jamaica. It’s been on my mind – combat sports and getting a chance to fight in the biggest organisation on offer, UFC. That is just huge for me,” Brown said.”Everyone expects me to perform and all the eyes are on me for Saturday (tonight), but there is no pressure, and I am looking forward to it,” he said.Brown is planning to travel to Jamaica spend a few days with his family in the coming days.But for now, the Rude Boy’s focus is clearly set on putting a foot – or fist – to Graves’ dome.last_img read more

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Team Liberia Overwhelms South Africa 5-0

first_imgTeam Liberia enjoyed an emphatic victory over Team South Africa 5-0 to gain their first points of the group stage at the Street Child World Cup in Brazil last Tuesday.Daniel Nimleh Bowdior was the stand out performer throughout the match as his hat-trick set Liberia on their way to success over their fellow Africans.Foday Marah and Elijah Saysaw also added to the score line with fine efforts to cap a tremendous performance by the whole squad.Team Liberia dominated from start to finish, pressing South Africa high up the pitch, working as a unit and attacking with real purpose and quality.Communication and spirit were key components of the win, something the boys have worked hard together during their time in Rio, with man of the match Bowdior recognising this when he stated: “I feel very fine right now, scoring goals makes me feel so good, I feel so confident after my hat-trick.Daniel Bowdior is extremely grateful to be in Brazil right now as only six months ago he was living on the streets of Monrovia, and did not imagine he would be part of such an incredible event like the Street Child World Cup.“It means a lot to be in Brazil, I never thought that I would ever be here. Many great players have come from Brazil like Neymar and Ronaldo, so I can learn a lot over here,” Bowdior said.The opportunity for Daniel and the rest of Team Liberia to represent their country in Brazil at the Street Child World Cup, the only global conference to deal with street child issues, came through the tremendous work of the registered charity Street Child of Liberia and their social street soccer programs.Currently Street Child of Liberia is benefitting from UK Aid match funding, where every donation made to the charity between 18th March and 17th June will be doubled by the UK Government, helping provide more amazing opportunities for more children.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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President Sirleaf ‘Notes’ Bility Candidacy for FIFA

first_imgAmidst rumor that President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has pledged the government and her support to the candidacy of Musa Bility in the ensuing FIFA Presidential Election in February, Youth and Sports Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe has clarified that the President has only “noted” his announcement.Minister Nagbe told journalists last Saturday that President Sirleaf, after being told by LFA boss about his interest in the world football top post acknowledged it.The Minister’s clarification also stemmed from rumors that the government through the Ministry of Youth and Sport is planning a program where President Sirleaf would officially endorse the candidacy of Mr. Bility in the FIFA election, which is slated on the 26th of February in Zurich, Switzerland.Candidates for the position will have to be nominated before October 26.Besides Bility, UEFA president Michel Platini and former Brazilian great Zico are also eyeing the FIFA top post.It has also been clarified the FIFA dealings are non-political and therefore governments’ intervention is not expected.Among the three candidates so far, UEFA president Platini is reported to be the favorite as confederations in Asia, Europe, South America and Oceania want him to be the next president.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Palmdale building plans workable online

first_imgFor more information, call (661) 267-5353. To post your own stories and photos, log on to valleynews.com.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Users of Project Dox only need an e-mail address with Internet access to download a reader program that will allow them to submit their plans, correspondence and project changes. “All these details are kept in one location-plan checks, soils reports, architectural and structural plans – everything,” Walter said. “Everyone involved will be able to `talk’ to each other within that location, and they can leave `notes’ on the documents while keeping the original intact,” he said. Every time one of the parties working on the project uploads a document or makes a comment, an e-mail is automatically generated and sent to everyone involved, which speeds up the entire process. The city of Palmdale is one of only a handful of cities using Project Dox in the United States. It is funded through fees collected for the city’s Geographic Information System. The city of Palmdale’s building and safety department has launched a new, free Web-based program called Project Dox. This is an online program management system that allows the city, builders, architects, engineers, inspectors and contractors to coordinate and collect plan submittals to the city electronically. “We’re excited about the Project Dox system,” building and safety director Shane Walter said. “It will enable anyone who is building, developing or remodeling within the city of Palmdale to submit plans, check on status and correspond with building and safety at a much greater speed and without generating multiple paper documents,” he added. last_img
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Perchlorate debate percolating

first_imgLocal water quality officials believe a national standard will help agencies get more money from the federal government for cleanup. However, at last week’s hearing, an EPA official said that more study is needed in order to determine whether perchlorate in drinking water should be regulated at the federal level. “We need to determine whether setting a drinking water standard would provide a meaningful opportunity to reduce risk for people served by public water systems,” George Gray, assistant administrator for the EPA’s Office of Research and Development, told the House Subcommittee on Environment and Hazardous Materials. Gray said that it is still unclear how much perchlorate exposure comes from food, as opposed to water. But Dr. Anila Jacob of the Environmental Working Group said a series of studies by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have put to rest the debate over the health risks of perchlorate. “These studies establish that exposure to perchlorate is widespread and that levels of perchlorate found in people are associated with significant decreases in thyroid hormone levels,” said Jacob, senior scientist for the Washington-based environmental group. fred.ortega@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Environmental Protection Agency officials are balking at plans to set a national cleanup standard for perchlorate, a toxic rocket fuel additive that abounds in the nation’s drinking-water supply – including the San Gabriel Valley’s. The EPA’s comments came during a House hearing last week attended by Rep. Hilda Solis, D-El Monte. Solis has proposed H.R. 1747, a bill that would require the EPA to enact a mandatory minimum level of perchlorate in drinking water within 2 1/2 years. The EPA already has a guideline of 24.5 parts per billion as a recommended safe dose for perchlorate, but it has yet to set any mandatory limit for the chemical in drinking water. California is considering setting the limit at six parts per billion, a standard currently being used by many state water agencies. One part per billion is equivalent to about a half-teaspoon of the chemical in an Olympic-size swimming pool. last_img read more

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Mulroy College Junior Prizegiving – Picture Special

first_imgThe gymnasium in Mulroy College in Milford was the perfect setting for the school’s Junior Prizegiving Ceremony this week.More than 200 students from first, second and third year received various accolades for both academic and sporting achievements throughout the year.Principal Ms Fiona Temple welcomed all to the occasion and praised the pipuls for their hard work, commitment and attendance throughout the year. She also thanked her staff for their work throughout the year in helping the students realise their potential.The following is a selection of photographs from the day.Thanks to Clive Wasson Photography for the photos.Stephen Maguire presenting Darragh Kirk with Bthe Boys Junior Athlete of the Year Award with at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Maguire presenting Aaron McGeough, 1st year Boys player of the Year at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Maguire presenting Kyle Burns, U14 year Boys player of the Year at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Maguire presenting Mark Toye U16 Boys player of the Year at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ms Temple, Principal and Stephen maguire , Guest Speaker wit the Fist Year Girls Soccer Team, Ulster Finaists at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.First Year Girls Soccer Player of the Year Kelsee Fay collects her trophy from Stephen Maguire, Guest Speaker at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Eimear Sweeney, member of teh Bank of Ireland Senior B Team All Ireland Final winner with Stephen Maguire, Guest Speaker at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Maguire presenting Lisa Dugera with the U15 Girls Soccer player of the Year Trophy at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Maguire presenting Matthew Leckey with the U15 Boys Soccer player of the Year Trophy at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Maguire presenting Eoin Logue U17 Soccer player of the Year Trophy at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.2nd year Girls Basketball team and county finalists at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last with Ms Temple, Principal and Stephen Magurie, Guest Speaker. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Rebecca Murray, First Year Baketball Player of the Year and Stephen Maguire, Guest Speaker at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ciara McElwaine Second Year Baketball Player of the Year and Stephen Maguire, Guest Speaker at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Aaron McConagey First Year Gaelic Player of the Year and Stephen Maguire, Guest Speaker at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Junior Sports Person of the Year, Darragh Kirk with Ms Fiona Temple , Principal and Stephen Maguire, Guest Speaker at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ms Temple Principal and Stephen Magurie, Guest Speaker with JCSP Programme Awards recipents at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ms Fiona Temple Principal, Stephen Magurie, Guest Speaker and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal with JCSP 2 Programme Awards recipents at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ms Fiona Temple Principal, Stephen Magurie, Guest Speaker and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal with 3rd year students and there Final Profile Portfolio’s P at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ms Fiona Temple Principal, Stephen Magurie, Guest Speaker and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal with Daniel Aiken and Una Clinotn, First Year Students of the year at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ms Fiona Temple Principal, Stephen Magurie, Guest Speaker and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal with Conor Heraghty and Ciara McElwaine Second Year Students of the year at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Ms Fiona Temple Principal, Stephen Magurie, Guest Speaker and Catherine McHugh, Deputy Principal with Victoria Sweeney and Ellie Curran Third Year Students of the year at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presents Maria Doherty with the Technical Graphics Award at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presents Bridget Dugera with the Music Award at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presents Shane Coll with the PE Award at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presents Neesha Duggan with the Gaeilge Award at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presents Amelia Czwodzinska and Aoife Sweeney with the Art Award at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presents Andrew Floyd and Emma Folan with the Metal Work Award at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presents Ellie Curran with the Business Studies Award at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.The Health Promotion Schools team Ross Doherty, Oisin Harkin, Niamh McGarvey, Maria McGee, Leah McDaid and Nevin Shine with Principal ms Temple and Guest Speaker Stephen Maguire at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presenting marie Keer with the Soccer Lunch Club Certificates at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Stephen Magurie presenting Darren Shields with his Voluntary Work Certificate at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.DarrenFriel and Mick Russell playing there version of Riptide at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Guest speaker , Stephen Maguire, Doengal Daily speaking at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.  Aaron McGeough, First Year Baketball Player of the Year and Stephen Maguire, Guest Speaker at the Mulroy College Junior Prizegving on Wednesday last. Photo:- Clive Wasson.Mulroy College Junior Prizegiving – Picture Special was last modified: May 17th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Junior PrizegivingMilfordMulroy Collegelast_img read more

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Half-time: QPR 1 Carlisle United 1

first_imgJay Emmanuel-Thomas hauled QPR level three minutes after they had gone behind in the League Cup second-round clash at Loftus Road.League Two side Carlisle scored against the run of play when keeper Alex Smithies, making his Rangers debut, hesitated after coming off his line to meet an unmarked Antony Sweeney, who cleverly sidestepped him and teed up Derek Asamoah to fire home.But Emmanuel-Thomas, who scored against Yeovil in the previous round, equalised three minutes before half-time when he found space near the edge of the penalty area and unleashed a shot which keeper Mark Gillespie got a hand to but was unable to keep out of the bottom corner of his net.QPR had largely dominated before the opening goal and Reece Grego-Cox, one of four home-grown players in their starting line-up, brought a save from Gillespie after Junior Hoilett’s shot had ricocheted into the youngster’s path.Summer signing Sebastian Polter missed a great chance for Rangers when he turned nicely after collecting Michael Doughty’s pass only to scoop over from just inside the box.QPR: Smithies; Furlong, Hall, Hill, Kpekawa; Doughty, Gobern; Grego-Cox, Emmanuel-Thomas, Hoilett, Polter.Subs: Lumley, Perch, Luongo, Phillips, Comley, Chery, Blackwood.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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justjackiesbargains extra long golden blonde hair grips 60 new 2 cards – Very good service

first_imgIdeal for blonds and a good amount to last a while. Secures those combs and bumpers in place. Good value, fast delivery very happy with purchase. She was delighted with them. I bought these on behalf of an elderly friend. She was delighted with them. Here are the specifications for the justjackiesbargains extra long golden blonde hair grips 60 new 2 cards:60 extra long golden blonde hair gripsKirby grips 30 on each cardthis listing is for 2 cards making 60 gripsThese are extra long 6.5 cmmore choices at justjackiesbargains Like the colour and size but a bit weak hence they often twist as pushed in hair. Reviews from purchasers :She was delighted with themJust what I wanted but Very good service Better than expected when they arrived. Perfect for my long curly hair. I’m a regular buyer and trust the products meet my expectations. These grips are great – good length for long hair and lovely semi. These grips are great – good length for long hair and lovely semi matte finish to blend well with hair. Good grip on hair and no rough edges. Excellent service from this company – first time we’ve used them would recommend and use again. Good value, fast delivery very happy with purchase. These grips are great – good length for long hair and lovely semi. These grips are great – good length for long hair and lovely semi matte finish to blend well with hair. Good grip on hair and no rough edges. Excellent service from this company – first time we’ve used them would recommend and use again. Like the colour and size but a bit weak hence they often twist as pushed in hair. I’m a regular buyer and trust the products meet my expectations. Ideal for blonds and a good amount to last a while. Secures those combs and bumpers in place. Better than expected when they arrived. Perfect for my long curly hair. She was delighted with them. I bought these on behalf of an elderly friend. She was delighted with them. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2018-04-11 17:05:16Reviewed Item extra long golden blonde hair grips 60 new 2 cardsRating 2.0 / 5  stars, based on  16  reviewsPrice£2.47last_img read more

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Plants of concern to livestock in summer

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest It seems like one of those years when growing conditions start off great but then we move into dry and hot conditions at the peak of summer. With such conditions we will have an increased potential for livestock poisonings. As summer progresses the preferred forages for grazing dry up and become less available and animals are forced to consume plants they might otherwise not eat. Therefore, there are recognizable circumstances like drought, overgrazing, nitrogen fertilization and summer storms that all have the potential to contribute to livestock poisoning. So what are some plants of concern for grazing livestock during these dry conditions in Ohio?Buttercup: Beautiful small yellow flowers are common in pastures. Buttercup starts blooming in June and produces many typically bright yellow flowers of five or more petals with flowers spreading .75-inch to one-inch in width.Tall buttercup and creeping buttercup are very aggressive perennials in pastures and can quickly overtake the field. Buttercup contains a bitter, irritating oil called protoanemonin that is poisonous to livestock. The toxicity is reported to vary depending on plant age, growing conditions and freshness of the forage. The oil in fresh plant stems cause irritation and blistering of the skin, lining of the mouth and of the digestive tract. Thankfully, buttercup does not taste good so animals avoid it if possible. In dry conditions this may be one of the few green plants available and livestock are more likely to eat it. The toxic oil evaporates quickly, so hay containing buttercup is not toxic. NightshadeIn Eastern Ohio, horsenettle, groundcherry, black and bittersweet nightshade are most common. Some quantity of nightshade can be found in many pastures and are usually left alone. Consequently, nightshade populations slowly begin to occupy larger and larger portions of a pasture. During a drought livestock will consume the leaf and berries of these plants and they can be deadly. Dogbane and milkweedThese are closely related perennial plants commonly found in pastures and hay fields. If you have ever removed a leaf from these plants you will notice a very sticky white milky substance. The leaves and stems of these plants are considered toxic when fresh or dried. These plants don’t mind a little dry weather and consequently become more attractive to livestock during these conditions. Jimson weedThis is a summer annual that looks more like a small shrub with reddish stem. You often see this plant around brush piles, hay feeding areas and barn lots. The fruit of this plant is encased in a very sharp and spiny outer covering. The leaf is large, waxy and looks something like an oak leaf. This plant is very common and not often eaten. The tropane alkaloids in this plant and seeds are considered extremely toxic when fresh, dried or in silage. Black locust treeThe black locust is a common and fast growing tree. It has sharp short spines and small, oval, fern- like arrangements of leaves. It is common along fence rows and livestock may have grazed in these areas for years with no apparent problem. In dry conditions root sprouts can become prominent in adjacent pasture fields. Young inquisitive animals may find this plant palatable. The bark and new growth are the most toxic. Yew or taxis evergreen shrubSo you needed to trim the bushes, and you thought you would help the livestock by providing a little extra fodder? Hope it wasn’t a yew. These evergreen shrubs with flat needles and a red berry are readily consumed by livestock and are highly toxic. These shrubs are poisonous wet or dried.As we move into dryer conditions be aware of your forage availability and identify plants which may be of concern. We have only mentioned a few plants and there are many you should know. Watch your livestock closely, daily observing for signs of distress contact you veterinarian immediately if you suspect plant poisoning.last_img read more

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