Pitch poisoning

pitch poisoning

A highly fatal disease of swine, usually caused by the ingestion of fragments of the clay pigeons used as targets by shooting clubs; some cases have been caused by consumption of other bituminous substances, such as road tar and tar paper.

Synonym: clay pigeon poisoning.

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