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CWD remains confined to Linn-Macon-County Core Area

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Four new cases from targeted deer reduction brings total to 10 in Missouri free-ranging deer.

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CWD Update January 2015

CWD Update January 2015

CWD Update January 2015

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This three-page document clarifies misperceptions and corrects myths about chronic wasting disease in Missouri's cervid (deer and elk) populations and MDC's efforts to eradicate CWD in our state.

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Deer Diseases

Learn about a few of the more common parasites and unusual conditions that people, especially hunters, might observe in deer: chronic wasting disease, cutaneous fibromas, hemorrhagic disease, Lyme disease, nasal bot flies and tapeworms.

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Help wanted containing chronic wasting disease

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The Missouri Department of Conservation asks hunters to help protect the state’s deer herd.

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Initial CWD sampling test results available online from MDC

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Participating hunters can get test results for their deer online at mdc.mo.gov/node/19829.

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Latest CWD testing shows one deer positive for disease

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Latest positive was first reported in December and brings total to six found in free-ranging deer, all from northwest Macon County.

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CWD Management Area

MDC changes deer hunting regs to help slow CWD

Lifting antler-point restriction and increasing availability of antlerless permits in key central and northeast counties aim to slow the spread of deadly deer disease.

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People fill the auditorium at Conservation Commission meeting room.

MDC Leads Efforts to Protect Deer

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Proposed regulations are designed to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD). Informed citizen involvement is critical to success.

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A 10-point white-tailed deer buck stands in a field.

MDC needs hunter help with CWD sampling in north-central Missouri

Effort is for deer harvested in Adair, Chariton, Linn, Macon, Randolph, and Sullivan counties.

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