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Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a transmissible, always fatal, neurological disease that affects deer and other cervids such as elk, moose and reindeer/caribou.
 

CWD was detected in North Carolina in March 2022. In response, CWD Surveillance Areas with special regulations have been established. 

 

 

 
Login to your NC Go Outdoors account, Click on ”Report a Harvest”, and view your “CWD Testing” status for your reported harvest.

Login to your NC Go Outdoors account, Click on ”Report a Harvest”, and view your “CWD Testing” status for your reported harvest.

Follow the links below to learn more about CWD and its impact on deer, elk and other cervids, as well as hunters.

CWD Testing Chart

Note: In addition to the information in the table below, tissue samples from 8,505 deer have been collected and shipped for testing, with results expected in the next 4 -6 weeks.  

Last Updated: Feb 15th, 2024

  Current Sampling Year
July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024
 
County Current Sampling Year
July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024
# tested & CWD not detected # of CWD positives Total CWD Positives
All Years

Alexander

314 0 0
Alleghany

731

0 0
Ashe 906 0 0
Bladen 713 0 0
Cumberland 347 3 4
Davie 447 0 0
Forsyth 584 0 0
Franklin 367 1 1
Guilford 658 0 0
Harnett 612 0 0
Hoke 202 0 0
Iredell 998 0 0
Johnston 250 1 1
Robeson 400 0 0
Rockingham 1580 0 0
Sampson 483 0 0
Stokes 1111 1 2
Surry 1016 2 7
Wilkes 1121 0 1
Yadkin 879 2 4
Rest of State 13,675 0 0
Total 27,494 10 20