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Regulatory Revision| Development Issues

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I develop diseases

Artificial feeding can cause several deer health problems such as diarrhea and inflammation of the digestive system and gums. In addition, the animal becomes more likely to transport ticks close to humans and transmit them to other deer through physical contact. Contaminated objects, such as feeders where deer feed, can also promote disease transmission. It is therefore recommended that artificial feeding be avoided so as not to create an opportunity for deer to congregate.