Wasting disease in wild deer could bring tweaks to hunting regulations March 6, 2013 Pennsylvania

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...  Barry Leonard, information and education supervisor for the south-central region... said it's possible the captive deer in York and Adams went on breeding exchanges at deer farms outside the area, and that's how they caught a disease [chronic wasting disease] that hasn't manifested in the wild population locally... It's possible the "more strict" regulations could be moved to the areas where the disease was found in the wild ... 



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