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Biologist: Local deer numbers should be restored a year after EHD outbreak November 14, 2013 Michigan

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Biologist: Local deer numbers should be restored a year after EHD outbreak November 14, 2013 Michigan, Lansing State Journal
... Last year, an outbreak of epizootic hemorrhagic disease, or EHD, killed an estimated 15,000 deer in Michigan, many of them in Eaton, Clinton and Ionia counties. The disease has become more rare this year, state officials say, but there have been reported cases in recent months in Ionia, Oceana, Allegan and Ottawa counties...



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