S.D. wildlife managers to widen search for chronic wasting disease

06/15/2010 | KTIV-TV (Sioux City, Iowa)

Wildlife officials in South Dakota this fall will expand their search for chronic wasting disease into the northwestern part of the state. The move comes after a deer just across the state line in North Dakota was found infected with the disease, which affects elk and deer. Officials have detected 139 cases of the disease in southwest South Dakota.

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