i'll ask here first then consider calling places,but ever since so much has been made out of CWD i was told that some states prohibit or restrict the way you transport game through the states,is anyone aware,or heard of this?
I've never heard of that, at least not here in colorado. i know some areas of our state require testing, but i've never heard anything about transporting it. chances are, you're not gonna know if your meat has CWD unless you get it tested so i don't think it matters how you transport it. I would check the other states though just to make sure
there are restrictions if you are a resident of Minnesota and harvested game in some areas of Co.,Wy. Ut.,Wi. and others.http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/natural_resources/animals/mammals/deer/cwd/bah_import_restriction.pdf
there is a map and a listing of requirements on the Minnesota website. (in case your interested and it may effect you)
In California, you can bring in meat from anywhere. However, anything that could have brain or spinal tissue is prohibited. To bring back horns off a freshly killed animal, it must be a clean skull cap. No part of the spine is allowed.
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