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Brucellosis Disease in Alabama Could Infect Your Deer This Season

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Follow these steps to avoid Brucellosis disease in your deer this season. 

Nobody likes to hear the “D” word, especially if it relates to something you eat.

This report comes after the Center for Disease Control released a warning about Brucellosis disease spreading through wildlife. Brucellosis disease is no joke, and avoiding it this hunting season is a priority.

Though this report comes from Huntsville, Alabama, deer hunters everywhere should be warned of this sickly disease. The disease can also affect hunting dogs who can contract it if they come in contact with infected animals.

The disease is rarely fatal but can cause fever, chills, sweating, joint and muscle pain.

Take appropriate precautions this season to avoid the disease, and so you can enjoy your venison.

Like what you see here? You can read more awesome hunting articles by Nathan Unger at the Bulldawg Outdoors blog. Follow him on Twitter @Bulldawgoutdoor and on Instagram @Bulldawgoutdoors

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Brucellosis Disease in Alabama Could Infect Your Deer This Season