This issue of Veterinary Clinics: Food Animal Practice, guest edited by Dr. Steve Ensley and Dr. Tim Evans, focuses on Toxicology.
Topics include: Hepatotoxic Plants that Poison Livestock; Plant-induced photosensitivity and dermatitis in livestock; Plant-induced
reproductive disease, abortion and teratology in livestock; Myotoxic and cardiovascular toxic plants; Toxic plants that damage
the gastrointestinal and urinary systems and miscellaneous toxic plants; Diagnostic guidelines for ruminant toxicosis; The
use of blood/liver analysis to evaluate trace mineral status in ruminant livestock; Water quality for cattle; Biofuels coproducts
tolerance and toxicology for ruminants; Ruminant mycotoxicosis; Commercial and industrial chemical hazards for ruminants;
Safety of antibiotic drugs in food animals: comparison of findings from preapproval studies and postapproval experience in
the United States with safety information in published literature; Treatment of animal toxicosis: a regulatory perspective,
Selenium toxicosis; Sulfur toxicosis; Lichen toxicosis caused by Xanthoparmelia; Fescue/ergot toxicosis in ruminants; and
Cu toxicosis in small ruminants and camelids.