CWD testing benefits deer hunters and DNR research

Voluntary testing for Chronic Wasting Disease can help hunters in Door and Kewaunee counties and wildlife researchers.  CWD has not been detected in deer killed in Door and Kewaunee counties and hunters are not required to have their animals tested.  Department of Natural Resources Biologist Josh Martinez, however, says the free testing at the readily available kiosks can ease hunters concerns about CWD and help researcher track the disease.


Hunters will receive the results of CWD tests by mail. Martinez says anyone wanting personal CWD testing can contact him at the Green Bay field office and he'll gladly come to their residences.

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