Hello world!

Just getting started. For now, if you need more information, refer to http://essfta.org/Health_Research/grass_awn.htm

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Many thanks to Retriever News #mce_temp_url# for the article in their April, 2009 edition.

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2 Responses to Hello world!

  1. matt says:

    My 2 year old shorthair is at the University of Wisconsin now. She has a big bacterial infection below her spine that is about 4 vertebrates long. The doctor thinks it is from grass awn. She has been showing signs of pain and discomfort, etc for about 2 weeks now. She is my life. How can I be hunting areas where the W.D.N.R. releases birds and not be aware of this concern. I have been hunting here my whole life and nobody I know is aware of this.

  2. Dawn Pecora says:

    Having a terrible year in Phoenix area for grass awns. I’ve lived here 8 years and this is the first year I’ve had problems in the yards. I believe someone overseeded with Canadian rye or somehow seeds have come in. I have pictures of awn I found yesterday on my sheltie just beginning to embed and the hole from one that was halfway in but the site is not letting me post the url here. Is there a way I can send it to you for your use if you’d like?

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