Yak attack......

This is the story of a little buckling named “Benedict.” He is the son of his mother “Egg” who was treated for Mountain Laurel toxicosis 2 days before his birth. Heavily pregnant Egg was on a walkabout when she and her friend, “Banana,” spotted a nice green patch of Mountain Laurel, one of the few green plants in the forest during the winter. They enjoyed their snack and several hours later their tummies began to ache - and they began to vomit, and vomit and vomit until the walls were covered in vomit. Dr. Melinda was called by Egg and Banana’s owner at Clover Top Creamery to give them some medical attention when the vomiting failed to cease after 12 hours. She had given them some pain medic


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