Invasive & Poisonous Plants
- Noxious Weeds of Utah
- USDA Noxious Weeds Database
- The Weed Web (USU Extension)
- Utah Noxious Weed Field Guide (USU Extension)
- State of Utah Noxious Weeds List - (Utah Dept. of Agriculture and Food)
Training Cows to Eat Weeds
Livestock for Landscapes provides information about teaching cows to eat weeds
- How do you train an animal to eat a weed? Watch this you tube video
- More cows eat weeds video from Livestock for Landscapes. Click here
Goat Producers Providing Prescribed Grazing Services
- Jason Garn, D'Goat Ranch, 801-440-2149, 18290 N 4400 W, Fielding, UT, 84311, email@example.com
- Justin W. Dursteler, J.W.D Livestock. 3684 W. 4000 So. West Haven, UT, 84401, 801-781-0626, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Guide to Poisonous Plants
- Plants Poisonous to Livestock
- Reducing Toxicity of Poisonous Plants on Rangelands
- USDA Poisonous Plants Research Laboratory
- Why animals die from eating poisonous plants
- Ingestion of toxic plants by herbivores
- Grazing tall larkspur ranges: A livestock producer's decision-making handbook
Pacific Northwest Management Handbook – This handbook is designed as a quick and ready reference of weed control practices and herbicides used in various cropping systems or sites in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Much of Idaho lies in the Great Basin thus applicable to much of Utah. This handbook will be useful to both Extension agents and producer.
Techline – provides print and online resources for invasive plant professionals with new, innovative, and proven science-based information. TechLine connects researchers with managers of federal, state, county, and private lands so they may share the successes of their programs, techniques, and methods and learn from one another. DowAgroSciences, LLC sponsors TechLine.
For specific weed questions, contact Ralph Whitesides Weed USU Extension Specialist. phone - (435) 797-8252; email - email@example.com.