Missouri IDs chronic wasting disease in deer

03/18/2010 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A deer that tested positive for chronic wasting disease in central Missouri last month has prompted state officials to quarantine the hunting ranch where the afflicted deer was found. Several deer also have been culled and specimens are being tested in a bid to avoid an outbreak. The detection of the disease has caused alarm among in-state deer breeders and hunters as Oklahoma and several other states have banned deer imports from Missouri.

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