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A group of white-tailed deer pauses in deep snow while crossing the Lester River in Duluth. Conceding to pressure from the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association, the Department of Natural Resources on Wednesday agreed to release $170,000 from an emergency deer feeding fund for deer in parts of northeast Minnesota. The feeding effort doesn't include northwest Minnesota. (File / News Tribune)

Reluctant DNR plans emergency deer feed

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For the first time since 1997, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is releasing money from a special fund to feed wild deer across northeast Minnesota.

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