300 deer ordered killed on Ohio preserve

The Ohio Department of Agriculture has ordered the remaining 300 whitetail on a Holmes County high-fence preserve where the state’s first case of Chronic Wasting Disease was confirmed to be euthanized. World Class Whitetails was quarantined in April for suspected CWD from a deer shipped from a facility in Pennsylvania where the disease had been found in the deer herd. D’Arcy Egan at the Cleveland Palin Dealer.