Wildlife managers have confirmed chronic wildlife disease loss in Central Minnesota County – marking the first discovery of fatal brain disease among the wild red deer outside the South East corner of the state
dead half a mile from a farm where prisoners deer have given positive results for the disease, Lou Cornicheli, wildlife manager at the Ministry of Natural Resources, said on Friday. The farm is probably a source of infection, he said.
The disease was detected in Minnesota's wild deer only in the Fillmore, Houston and Winona districts. This latest discovery is in Crow Wing County. Tim Waltz will ask the legislature $ 4.57 million over the next two years and $ 1
CDC calls hunters to go out gvat shooting, eating or handling meat from elk or deer that appear sick "act weird. "While the CDC says it is unknown whether people can be infected with CWD prions, the infection will most likely come from eating infected animals."