Chronic Wasting Disease Michigan Adopts Deer Hunting Rules To Halt Fatal Disease By Associated Press • Jul 15, 2019 pixabay State regulators are continuing a ban on baiting and feeding deer in Michigan's Lower Peninsula in an effort to prevent spread of chronic wasting disease. Chronic Wasting Disease Detected In Montcalm County Deer By Associated Press • Mar 28, 2019 pixabay A farmed deer in Montcalm County has tested positive for deadly chronic wasting disease. Deer In Eaton & Gratiot Counties May Have Had Fatal Illness By Associated Press • Nov 29, 2018 Florida Fish and Wildlife / flickr creative commons State officials say deer in two additional Michigan counties are suspected of having chronic wasting disease. Chronic Wasting Disease Confirmed in Farm Near Big Rapids By Associated Press • Dec 14, 2017 pixabay Officials say chronic wasting disease has been confirmed in a deer from a farm where deer are raised in Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Chronic Wasting Results Delayed by Shortage of Testing Kits By Associated Press • Dec 1, 2017 pixabay Michigan officials say a national shortage of testing kits for chronic wasting disease will mean delays in getting test results to deer hunters. Chronic Wasting Disease Casts Shadow on Start of Firearms Deer Season By Kevin Lavery • Nov 15, 2017 Kevin Lavery / WKAR-MSU On this first day of firearms hunting season, Michigan hunters and wildlife officials are closely watching for cases of Chronic Wasting Disease, a fatal neurological disorder that’s affecting deer herds in some parts of the Lansing area. Listen Listening... / 4:57 Montcalm County Deer May Have Had Chronic Wasting Disease By Associated Press • Oct 2, 2017 pixabay Wildlife regulators say a doe killed in Montcalm County during Michigan's youth deer hunting season probably had chronic wasting disease. New Rules: Only Some Deer Parts Can Be Brought Into Michigan By Associated Press • Aug 28, 2017 pixabay If you're a hunter who shoots deer or related animals in other states, be advised that there are new rules about bringing their parts into Michigan.