Prevention dyspepsia includes optimization of conditions and feeding pregnant animals , the creation of appropriate conditions and feeding infants and colostric obschegigienicheskih event. forage poisoning Forage poisoning in small ruminants — poisoning poisonous plants is observed more frequently in the grazing period and at least — in the stall when fed hay and silage , as well as chemicals and other compounds. Toxicity of poisonous plants depends on the species , the locus of the climatic conditions, as well as the age and the individual sensitivity of the animal who ate the poisonous plant . By the nature of the pre-emptive action on the animal poisonous plants are combined in the following groups: > Effect on the central nervous system ( datura , henbane , hemlock , etc.) — agitation, convulsions , impaired motor coordination ; > Effect on digestion, genitourinary and central nervous system ( spurge and plants that contain solanine , saponin glycosides ); > Effect on respiration and digestion ( from cruciferous plants , rape , wild mustard ) — shortness of breath , wheezing, coughing , runny nose ; > Action on the circulatory system ( Digitalis ) — increased heart activity with consequent weakening ; > Effects on the liver ( lupines , ragwort ) — jaundice , diarrhea , etc.
There are other poisonous plants , such as plants , causing obstruction of the digestive tract (clover plow , field bindweed , thistle vulgare) , and forming a food ball in the abomasum , small and even large intestine ; plants , contaminating the wool of sheep and goats ( feather grass Stipa , burdock or cocklebur , durnishki , small alfalfa , etc.). They cause anxiety in animals , reduce fatness, are the cause of serious diseases .