loco disease(redirected from loco poisoning)
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(Pathology) a disease of cattle, sheep, and horses characterized by paralysis and faulty vision, caused by ingestion of locoweed
lo•co•ism(ˈloʊ koʊˌɪz əm)
a disease chiefly of sheep, horses, and cattle, caused by the eating of locoweed and characterized by weakness, impaired vision, irregular behavior, and paralysis.