Conservation Commission Takes Action To Protect Deer In Missouri

Public comments and dozens of public meetings showed overwhelming support for proposed regulations to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease.

JEFFERSON CITY, MO РThe Conservation Commission unanimously voted to approve proposed amendments to regulations regarding the operation of hunting preserves and wildlife breeding facilities that hold white-tailed deer, mule deer, their hybrids, and other members of the deer family, known as cervids, to prevent the spread of diseases, including chronic wasting disease, to the state’s deer herd.

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