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Blue-Green Algae a Threat to Hunting Dogs
There are an estimated 50,000 Wisconsin waterfowl hunters who will be hunting with a four legged friend this season. Hunting with dogs is a long and rich tradition for many hunters and while blue-green algae poisoning is not widespread it is still a concern for waterfowl hunting dogs.

What is commonly referred to as blue-green algae are actually cyanobacteria, microscopic organisms that are true bacteria. When bloom s occur, cyanobacteria can release toxins that can cause illness and even death in many animals ingesting them, including dogs and humans.

Learn more about how to help protect your dogs’ health.

 
 


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Winter milfoil control program gets underway on Osoyoos Lake - The winter phase of the milfoil control program on Osoyoos Lake got underway last week as water temperatures continued to cool. Unlike during the summer, when a machine cuts and harvests the tops of the invasive weed, between October and April a rototiller is used to pull the plant up by its roots.


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