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Deer-vehicle collisions are occurring daily in and around Hubbard County as deer venture out for food. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Avoiding the state's million deer involves defensive driving and alertness

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It's time to fear the deer.

Deer are on the move because of the breeding season and crop harvest.

That's means drivers should be on extra alert, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety .

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The chances of hitting a deer may be greater than you think.

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