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EHD Outbreak In North Central Missouri By Jeff Berti

The Department of Conservation is asking archery deer hunters to help monitor hemorrhagic disease, a disease that has always existed in Missouri deer. They also want hunters to be alert for evidence of a deer illness that has not yet been documented in Missouri.

Persons who encounter dead or sickly deer are asked to report these sightings to the Department of Conservation. Such reports play an important role of the

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