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DNR Warns of Chronic Wasting Disease in Michigan Counties

The DNR is warning hunters and people living in specific Michigan counties to be aware of Chronic Wasting Disease affecting the deer population.

The DNR is warning hunters of the neurological disease that is threatening the state's deer population. Chronic Wasting Disease has been found in several counties in Michigan including Ingham County, Clinton County, and most recently in Montcalm, Kent and Ionia Counties.

Today during a Natural Resources Commission meeting, experts with the DNR presented the recent research on the impact of CWD.