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or crazyweed
[Span. loco=crazy], any of several American species of the genera Astragalus and Oxytropus, north-temperate leguminous plants of the family Leguminosae (pulse family), that, when eaten by horses, cattle, or sheep, cause a
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Thus, in crazyweed, a flower takes from three to five days to develop at an optimum temperature (more than 46[degrees]F [8[degrees]C]) and six days at lower temperatures (from 36- 37[degrees]F [2-3[degrees]C]).