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EHD, Deer disease: Michigan officials reduce antlerless licenses during hunting season for part of state November 9, 2012

Michigan Deer Disease News Archive

Deer hunters across much of the southern part of Michigan's Lower Peninsula won't be allowed to kill as many does as usual this fall because of a disease that has wiped out thousands of the animals...  a response to epizootic hemorrhagic disease. The Department of Natural Resources has collected reports indicating at least 13,200 deer have died from the disease in Michigan this year ...

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