Wednesday, May 31st, 2023
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Ohio DNR culls 132 more deer in the CWD zone as part of targeted removal efforts

A total of 132 deer were killed over the multi-day effort by sharpshooters and landowners. Of that number, four tested positive for CWD. This targeted culling occurred within one to two miles of where a CWD-positive animal had turned up previously. (Stock photo)
There’s good news from the Chronic Wasting Disease Surveillance Area (DSA) in Marion, Hardin and Wyandot counties. “I can’t say the disease is spreading there,” Mike Reynolds told the Ohio Wildlife Council in April. Reynolds is executive administrator of wildlife management for the Ohio Division of Wildlife (DOW). His conclusion came while reporting on a targeted deer removal effort on private and public lands in the DSA.
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