Although prussic acid poisoning can occur anytime during the growing season, the greatest risk is usually associated with the first frost in Kentucky.
The primary cause of hydrocyanic (prussic) acid poisoning in domestic animals is the ingestion of plants containing this potent toxin. Cyanide producing compounds occurring in living plant cells are converted to prussic acid when cells are crushed or otherwise ruptured.
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