Tonight’s meeting will include a short presentation regarding CWD and the results from the extended season, proposed options for regulations in the positive and high risk areas, and the future of hunting as a CWD positive state. Following the presentation, TWRA staff will answer any questions from the public.
Currently, there have been 185 confirmations with a few more sampling results yet to be received by the TWRA. A total of 2,999 deer have been tested from the eight county CWD Management Zone with 107 confirmations coming from Fayette County, 77 from Hardeman County, and one from Madison County.
For more information on CWD visit www.cwdintennessee.com