Chronic Wasting Disease
Deer hunters take to the Minnesota woods this weekend for the opening of the state’s archery deer season. The archery season opens Saturday morning, giving deer hunters their first chance of bagging a trophy buck or just putting some venison on the dinner table. It runs through Dec. 31.
Wildlife managers report encouraging results in their efforts to keep chronic wasting disease out of the deer herd in Minnesota.
Gov. Scott Walker has ended the four-day October gun antlerless deer hunt in Wisconsin’s chronic wasting disease zone.
Officials have found a case of chronic wasting disease in a doe in Shell Lake in northwestern Wisconsin.
Minnesota has received encouraging news in the fight to keep chronic wasting disease out of its deer herd.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a deer acting oddly near Oronoco had some symptoms of chronic wasting but tested negative for the disease.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says testing for chronic wasting disease is finished and no deer were positive for the disease.
Testing of more than 350 deer has so far found no cases of chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota.
Testing for chronic wasting disease is off to a positive start: the latest tests on deer in southeastern Minnesota have turned up negative.
Winter’s cold and icy grip has folks in Pine Island looking ahead to spring. But suddenly, it seems the clock has been wound back to November’s deer season. Back to when hunters were harvesting whitetails from the surrounding woods.
Those leading the fight against chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota say a plan to kill and test deer is off to a strong start.
The Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting to discuss chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota.
Deer hunters in southeastern Minnesota’s will be used to help the Department of Natural Resources determine the extent of an outbreak of chronic-wasting disease.
A federal laboratory has confirmed that a white-tailed deer killed near the southeastern Minnesota town of Pine Island has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.