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Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a fatal, infectious disease of deer, elk, reindeer and moose (cervids) that affects the central nervous system. Read the Overview of Chronic Wasting Disease in Saskatchewan.
The Ministry of Environment offers free voluntary CWD testing for all hunters.
The Ministry of Environment offers free voluntary CWD testing. The results will be available in roughly six to eight weeks from drop-off.
Hunters can help reduce the spread of CWD to new areas of the province.
Results for the 2019-20 CWD surveillance program are now available.
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