Disease outbreak suspends North Dakota deer licenses
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is suspending further sales of deer hunting licenses because of an outbreak of a deer disease commonly known as EHD.
That stands for epizootic hemorrhagic disease. Game and Fish Wildlife Chief Randy Kreil (kryl) says the agency is receiving reports of EHD deaths in the southwestern part of the state, and the 1,000 doe licenses still available won't be issued.
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