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Sheep grazing in Italian countryside
Fat sheep enjoying the fresh spring grass in a meadow shared by buttercups. Buttercups can poison sheep, cattle, and other livestock animals. However, their unpleasant taste is usually enough for livestock to ignore them unless there is little other food to eat, which means these free range sheep have nothing to worry about. Buttercup toxins degrade when the plants are dried, so hay containing the plants is of no threat.
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