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09-23-2011
Updated: Sep 23, 2011 6:31 AM CDT By Craig McMorris, TV5 Anchor/Reporter SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) - Two white-tailed deer have been diagnosed with epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD), by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. It's an often-fatal viral disease found in deer. The two deer were a 1-and-1/2-year-old male and a 3-and-1/2-year-old female. They were collected from a location in Cass...
09-20-2011
Published 9:10 a.m., Tuesday, September 20, 2011 LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan wildlife biologists say two deer in Cass County have been diagnosed with an often-fatal viral disease. The deer tested positive for epizootic hemorrhagic disease, or EHD. The Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday the disease is transmitted by a biting fly. It causes extensive bleeding. Infected deer lose their...
09-12-2011
4:15 PM, Sep. 12, 2011 ithacajournal.com The Animal Health Diagnostic Center at Cornell and the National Veterinary Services Laboratory have confirmed that approximately 100 white-tailed deer found dead in the Town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, over the last two weeks were killed by Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease. EHD is a viral disease of white-tailed deer transmitted by the biting midge in...
09-10-2011
HARRISBURG, PA - Pennsylvania Game Commission officials today announced that test results from a wild deer have confirmed that epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) has been found in Northampton County. This sample was collected Aug. 18. EHD also has been confirmed in captive deer in Northampton County in the vicinity of the wild deer. Additionally, one captive deer in Erie County was confirmed to...
09-07-2011
September 7, 2011 Jim Stabile | Special to NJ Press Media A disease that last month killed deer in Somerset, Hunterdon and Mercer counties has hit deer in southern Morris County. "The phone's been ringing off the hook," said Bill Stansley, a research scientist for the Division of Fish and Wildlife. "Calls have been picking up from police in your area (Morris County) and from so many other...