Hunters might be allowed to harvest more moose this year because of strong survival rates in the northern parts of the state.
This is the first time a positive test has been found in the mountains southwest of Dillon, which is outside the area where ranchers are required to test livestock for brucellosis.
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The lakes in Indiana’s muskie program cover 2,700 surface acres, and many have been stocked each year for more than 20 years.
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No calves have been found dead on the refuge, and the death rates this year are among the lowest in decades.
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