Drought boosts whitetail deer disease to Northern Hills September 23, 2012 South Dakota

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Drought boosts whitetail deer disease to Northern Hills September 23, 2012 South Dakota, Rapid City Journal
More than 100 whitetail deer found dead in and near streams in southern Butte County ...at least 100 whitetail carcasses in the southern part of Butte County... EHD — scientifically known as epizootic hemorrhagic disease ... Mule deer and antelope populations also appear down in northwest South Dakota... but that appears to be from drought conditions rather than disease. [Bill Eastman, a Belle Fourche-based state game warden]



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