CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department said on Monday, Sept. 14 that deer, elk and moose hunters should have plans in place to properly transport and dispose of carcasses this fall.
“Game and Fish cares about the future of healthy deer, elk and moose populations. Proper carcass transport and disposal helps to protect our herds and those in other states,” Wildlife Health Laboratory Supervisor Hank Edwards said.
The department says that their transport and disposal regulations aim to limit the spread of chronic wasting disease both within Wyoming and to other states.