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Deer with chronic wasting disease came from north, DNR says May 7, 2012 Wisconsi

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Deer with chronic wasting disease came from north, DNR says May 7, 2012 Wisconsin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, By Lee Bergquist 
... The genetic findings, the DNR says, means the deer did not inexplicably find its way to the north... - 186 miles from the closest known outbreak in the wild - genetic testing showed it came from the wild deer population ...

 Deer with CWD was native to northern Wisconsin May 7, 2012 Wisconsin, Pioneer Press
By Lee Bergquist
A genetic test of a deer ...shows the deer came from the north ... genetic testing showed it came from the wild deer population, "there is probably little reason to think that she originated from a game farm," Ryan said. [ Tami Ryan, wildlife health section chief with the DNR] ... a setback for ... the state's unsuccessful attempts to try to control the disease. 



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