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Does CWD management pose a greater threat to deer hunting and its culture than the disease itself?

The effects of efforts to manage and control CWD are felt much more quickly than the effects of the disease itself. However, management efforts can be reduced or ended over time, whereas CWD would become a permanent and ever-increasing part of the landscape if nothing were to be done. Furthermore, with the reproductive abilities of healthy eastern white-tailed deer populations in areas such as southern Wisconsin, restoration of huntable populations after culling for CWD management will likely be relatively easy.

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