The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed two cases of epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) in wild white-tailed deer in Minnesota. EHD is a viral disease of deer and some livestock that is spread by a biting insect called a midge. “All of our neighboring states have been dealing with EHD for years,” said Michelle […]
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Source: Hunting News