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idewater Trader 2018-2019
ssue November 6, 2018 Page 11
851 High Street, Chestertown, Maryland 21620
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reindeer) and South Korea (cap-
tive elk from Canada).
Concerns over chronic wasting
disease should not stop hunters
from enjoying the hunting sea-
son or any venison they may ac-
quire. Chronic wasting disease
has not been shown to be trans-
missible to humans. However,
it is recommended that hunters
field-dressing or butchering deer
should take the same precautions
as they might to protect against
other pathogens or diseases. Ad-
ditional information on the prop-
er handling of harvested deer and
chronic wasting disease manage-
ment follows.
The Proper Handling
of Harvested Deer and
CWD Management
The following common-sense
precautionary measures are rec-
ommended for the safe handling,
field-dressing and home process-
ing of venison:
• Avoid shooting or handling a
deer that appears sick.
•Wear latexor rubber gloveswhen
field-dressing or butchering deer.
• Remove all internal organs.
• Remove the meat from the
bones and spinal column if home
processing a deer.
• Do not use household knives
or utensils when field-dressing or
home processing a deer.
• Avoid cutting through bones or
the spinal column (backbone).
• Never eat a deer’s brain, eye-
balls, spinal cord, spleen, or lymph
• If you saw off antlers or through
a bone, or if you sever the spinal
column with a knife, be sure to
disinfect these tools prior to using
them for the butchering or remov-
al of meat.
• Remove all fat, membranes and
connective tissue from the meat.
Note that normal field-dressing
and trimming of fat from meat
will remove lymph nodes.
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