Deer May Have Contaminated Strawberries With E. Coli


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Mar 8, 2011
San Diego, Ca.
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Deer May Have Contaminated Strawberries With E. Coli
Posted on: 08/10/11
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In Northwest Oregon one woman has died and six others were hospitalized after eating strawberries. Now after testing fields with deer droppings, it is believed that the deer are responsible for the e. coli contamination. Jacquith Strawberry Farm in Newberg is where the strawberries are believed to have come from and there are soil and deer dropping samples that are being analyzed. If the deer are responsible they are wondering why this hasn't shown up in the strawberries before.
Sounds to me like they did not wash their fruit good enough. When fruit and vegetables grow in any field they are
very dirty. Don't blame the deer when you are treading on their land.

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