Chronic Wasting Disease Sample Results

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Results Information

Sample results include the following possibilities:

“Not Detected” means the sample has been tested and CWD was not found in the sample

“Detected” means the sample has been tested and CWD was found in the sample. You will need to contact IDFG for disposal instructions if you choose to dispose of the meat

“Pending” means the sample is in the process of being sent to the testing lab, is currently being tested at the lab, or awaiting final results. Check back weekly for updated results

“No results available” means the sample submitted was unable to be tested due to improper sampling, please contact the IDFG Wildlife Health Lab for more information

Sampling for CWD

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is an infectious and fatal disease with potential to negatively impact wild populations of cervids (elk, deer and moose) in Idaho. Idaho's neighbor states of Wyoming, Montana, and Utah have CWD. However, IDFG’s sampling program has not detected it in Idaho.

Learn more about IDFG CWD Efforts