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Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Capture Myopathy in Farmed White-Tailed Deer

VM259/VM259by Juan M. Campos KrauerFebruary 7, 2024This publication discusses causes, clinical signs, and ways to reduce risk of capture myopathy in farmed white-tailed deer. Written by Juan M. Campos Krauer, and published by the Veterinary Medicine—Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, UF/IFAS Extension, January 2024.

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