Biologists: Dead deer in western North Dakota had EHD September 1, 2011

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Biologists: Dead deer in western North Dakota had EHD September 1, 2011, Dickinson Press

Biologists have found dead deer that are believed to have epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD). EHD has been found in surrounding Stark countries including Hettinger, McKenzie, Slope and Golden Valley....This disease occurred in 2007 and also happened in 2003. It’s not prone to widespread death in whitetail populations....“It typically affects localized areas,”



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