MONTGOMERY — Alabama’s first case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been confirmed among the state’s deer herd in west-central Lauderdale County, according to the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR).

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Lin Reynolds-emp

What happens when you harvest a nice buck with a great set of antlers and you turn in the head? Do they take a brain sample and give the head right back to you? I don't want to lose the skull and antlers for sure.

Lin Reynolds-emp

What happens when you harvest a nice buck with a great set of antlers and you turn in the head? Do they take a brain sample and give the head right back to you? I don't want to lose the skull and antlers for sure.

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