Sunday, January 29th, 2023
Sunday, January 29th, 2023

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Madison, Wis. A second wild deer found near the border between Wisconsin and Illinois has tested positive for chronic wasting disease, Wisconsin wildlife officials said last week. The deer was killed in a car collision. Meanwhile, a seventh buck from a P

State ag officials announced last week that the National
Veterinary Services Laboratory in Ames, Iowa, verified that a
51/2-year-old buck shot at Buckhorn Flats Game Farm in Almond,
Wis., during a paid hunt in October, had CWD. Six other deer on the
preserve have tested positive. A state agency ordered all the
farm’s animals euthanized for testing, but the farm’s owner, Stan
Hall, has appealed the order.

So far, 15 farm-raised animals in Wisconsin have tested positive
for the disease on four farms. One was an elk; the rest were
deer.

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