Grazing Sudangrass, Pearl Millet, and Sorghum Hybrids
University of Nebraska
Let’s review grazing guidelines to help avoid potential hazards when grazing summer annual grasses. It’s been said that rules are meant to be broken. One rule that I suggest you never break, though, is this one: never turn hungry animals into sudangrass or sorghum-type pastures. Why? Because they may eat so rapidly that they could get a quick overdose of prussic acid and die.