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OutdoorMN News - DNR temporarily bans farmed deer movement into and within Minnesota to protect state’s wild white-tailed deer (published October 11, 2021)

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The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has issued an emergency rule that temporarily prohibits the importation and movement of farmed white-tailed deer into and within Minnesota.

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