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September 14, 2006

Deer testing to resume; ban on feeding coming

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – The DNR, once again, is planning to test for disease in some of the deer that hunters kill this fall, and is working on a rule that would ban recreational deer feeding in some areas. Bovine tuberculosis, detected in five cattle herds in northwest Minnesota, also was

Outlook is favorable for archery deer hunters

By Bill Parker Editor Lansing — Bowhunters heading afield for the 2006 archery deer season shouldn’t see many drastic differences from last year, when approximately 308,000 hunters combined to kill an estimated 112,000 whitetails statewide, according to DNR statistics. “It appears deer came through the winter in great shape. Spring was exceptional, and we seemed

Solon looks to thin deer herd again

Solon, Ohio (AP) — This Cleveland suburb is again seeking ways to thin its deer population after a sharpshooting program killed more than 1,000 animals the past two years. The city’s safety and public property committee recommended Aug. 23 that city council put out bids for deer removal options. Solon’s contract with sharpshooter Tony DeNicola,

Archery deer forecast looks bright

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor St. Paul – The continuing trend of mild winters has been good for deer – and other species – and that should again translate to fine deer hunting in the state, as archers prepare to kick off the deer-hunting season Sept. 16. Other weather-related factors could affect early bowhunting action; drought

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