This is the second time the disease has been found in a farmed deer facility in Michigan, the last one coming in 2008
chronic wasting disease
Female white-tailed deer tests positive for the disease near Dassel in Meeker County in southeastern Minnesota, making it three farm deer to test positive in the last month
A look at what the reappearance of the disease means for Minnesota, as well as Wisconsin and Iowa
Four deer test positive for chronic wasting disease
Confirmation of the new cases would bring the total number of current CWD-positive deer to five
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DNR managers say the cost of tracking and monitoring CWD is worth it as the state has been able to keep the deer disease at bay compared to neighboring states
Comes on the heels of a third positive CWD confirmation for white-tailed deer in the wild in southeastern Minnesota
The discovery will not change the current boundaries of the disease management zone, which is designated deer permit area 603 — special hunt begins Saturday, Dec. 31, in the permit area and concludes Sunday, Jan. 15.
School staff had to scramble to provide enough folding chairs for the more than 700 people who attended, all with an interest in white-tailed deer in southeastern Minnesota.
Disease detected as part of state’s voluntary monitoring program for the disease.
A valid private-land antlerless deer license is required for this season, which runs through Jan. 1, 2017.
Public comment on Chronic Wasting Disease Response Plan recommendations again keeps Wisconsin residents in the loop — and in the middle of the process.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will focus actions to slow and hopefully eliminate the spread of chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota within about a 10-mile radius of Preston and include a deer feeding ban in the five adjoining area counties.