Arkansas emerged this spring as America’s hot spot for chronic wasting disease, a fatal infection that strikes mostly deer and elk. The brain-wasting illness spreads animal to animal.
CWD causes damage to portions of the brain, creating holes in the brain cells and causing a sponge-like appearance. North Dakota deer hunters with any-antlerless licenses had a 57% success rate ...
The ones in Arkansas are bad enough ... Another hog in the creek is the regulatory body responsible for a feral hog and CWD deer problem. That's the Game and Fish Commission, which is just ...
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCP) has announced that a Langlade County deer ...
The restrictions prohibit deer carcasses being brought into ... have found CWD in their state, but only Arkansas and Missouri have CWD-positive counties within 150 miles of Tennessee’s border.
“Besides submitting deer from the to-be-defined CWD Zone, the most important thing ... have previously been made in the border states of Arkansas, Missouri, and Virginia. The Tennessee Wildlife ...
Arkansas is blessed with an abundance of wildlife and their offspring. Throughout the spring and summer, it is not uncommon ...
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) announced on Friday, June 17 that a Langlade County deer farm that tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in ...
As chronic wasting disease is discovered in new areas, more Mississippi counties will be added to CWD management zones, but a ...
But Cook has switched to pig brains for all his tanning, in part because of chronic wasting disease, which afflicts deer, elk, and moose. Chronic wasting disease is caused by misfolded proteins ...
However, as a precaution, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Arkansas Department of Health advise that no part of a deer or elk with evidence of chronic wasting disease be ...