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Nope. Johnsongrass is darned good hay where we are (it is a noxious weed in the grain states), and as long at it has NOT been frosted, it will be fine. Buck that has been frosted and then cut or grazed produces a neurotoxin.

This site is overly alarmist, but it does tell the tale....I have never had any trouble with Johnsongrass or Johnsongrass hay...

http://www.vet.purdue.edu/depts/addl/toxic/plant43.htm
 
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