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State's 1st case of wild deer chronic wasting disease detected in Ingham County May 26, 2015 Michigan

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... Chronic wasting disease hasn't appeared in Michigan since an infected white-tailed deer was detected in 2008 at a breeding farm in Kent County... Michigan United Conservation Clubs executive director Dan Eichinger called the news "nothing short of tragic ...
     Michigan finds first free-range case of deer disease May 26, 2015 The Morning Sun
... A free-ranging deer in Meridian Township in Ingham County has tested positive for chronic wasting disease ... In 2008 a white-tailed deer from a privately-owned facility in Kent County tested positive for CWD...

Chronic wasting disease could reduce number of deer hunters November 13, 2018 Michigan, WZZM
... In 2008, a deer in a Kent County captive herd was the first in Michigan diagnosed with chronic wasting disease. In 2015, CWD was found for the first time in free ranging Lower Peninsula deer. Last month the first deer in the Upper Peninsula tested positive for the disease...



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