Poisonous Plants:

Here is a list of toxic plants that have been listed for swine:

From Cornell University



Scientific Name Common Name(s) Species Most
Often Affected
Parts Poisonous Primary Poison(s)
Amaranthus spp. Pigweed cattle, swine leaves nitrate
Amsinckia intermedia Fiddleneck horses, swine, cattle seeds intermedine, lycopsamine
Brassica spp, Rape, Cabbage, Turnips, Broccoli, Mustard cattle, humans, swine, sheep, goats, poultry roots, seeds glucosinolates, brassica, anemia factor
Chenopodium album Lambs Quarters cattle, horses, humans, sheep, swine all nitrates
Iris spp. Irises cattle, humans, swine rhizomes and rootstocks irisin, iridin, or irisine
Laburnum anagyroides Golden Chain, Laburnum cattle, dogs, horses, humans, swine pods, seeds, all cytisine
Nicotiana spp. Tobacco, Tree Tobacco humans, swine leaves nicotine,pyridine
Phytolacca americana Pokeweed cattle, sheep, humans, turkeys, swine, horses all phytolaccatoxin, phytolaccigenin
Podophyllum peltatum Mayapple, Mandrake cattle, humans, swine all alpha- and beta- peltatin, podophylloresin
Prunus spp. Wild Cherries, Black Cherry, Bitter Cherry, Choke Cherry, Pin Cherry horses, cattle, moose, sheep, swine, goats seeds, leaves amygdalin, prunasin
Pteridium aquilinium Bracken Fern horse, cattle, sheep, humans, swine all prunasin, ptaquiloside, thiaminase
Rheum rhaponticum Rhubarb goats, humans, swine, horses leaves anthraquinones, oxalate
Xanthium strumarium Cocklebur cattle, humans, rodents, swine seedlings, seeds carboxyatractyloside
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