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DNR encourages hunters in affected areas to have deer checked for chronic wasting disease November 13, 2015 Michigan

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DNR encourages hunters in affected areas to have deer checked for chronic wasting disease November 13, 2015 Michigan, DNR News
... With the firearm deer season starting Sunday, hunters are reminded that they are required to check their harvested deer within a nine-township Core CWD Area consisting of Alaiedon, Delhi, Lansing, Meridian, Wheatfield and Williamstown townships in Ingham County; Bath and DeWitt townships in Clinton County; and Woodhull Township in Shiawassee County.  The DNR strongly encourages hunters in a broader CWD Management Zone – consisting of Clinton, Ingham and Shiawassee counties – to check their deer and have them tested for CWD as well...



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