CWD Testing Recommended, Not Required for Opening of Firearm Deer Season

by: Scott McCaulley

With the opening of the Firearm Deer Season in Missouri on Saturday, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds hunters that Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) testing for opening weekend this year is optional, not mandatory in the Counties where CWD has been confirmed.

MDC Taney County Agent Chris Boyd on a recent edition of KRZK’s “Conservation Report” said the department decided against the mandatory testing due to COVID-19 concerns however there will be still be locations available to drop off samples for those hunters wishing to do so.

The complete “Conservation Report” Interview with Chris Boyd can be heard below:

The link to information about the Firearms Deer Season including the locations of the CWD Testing Sites in Barry, Christian, Ozark, Stone, and Taney Counties is below:

https://huntfish.mdc.mo/gov/sites/default/files/downloads/2020FDT.pdf

Click to access 2020FDT.pdf

 

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