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Perennial ryegrass pastures infected with or free of the endophyte (Neotyphodium lolii) were compared for growth and health of young grazing cattle. Heat stress, indicated by excessive salivation, was observed on several occasions among cattle grazing endophyte-infected ryegrass, but there were no differences between groups in body temperature. Liveweight gains were generally slow and inconsistent. During one period of rapid liveweight gain in March-April 1997, heifers grazing endophytefreedoi:10.33584/rps.7.1999.3397 fatcat:qpajrabbgvaajkjlbhlzasqxli