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Epizootic hemorrhagic disease killed deer near Janesville September 22, 2012 Wisconsin

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Epizootic hemorrhagic disease killed deer near Janesville September 22, 2012 Wisconsin, GazzetteXtra
A whitetail deer near Janesville is among 75 to 100 that have died in southern Wisconsin in recent weeks from epizootic hemorrhagic disease, a state Department of Natural Resources supervisor said. “This is the second known outbreak of EHD in Wisconsin in the 21st century,” said Eric Lobner, DNR district wildlife supervisor. “Back in 2002, we had 14 confirmed cases in Iowa County.”... 



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