I read that there is a hemoragic virus going through the deer herds and that could be the reason they are preventing the consumption of that deer meat.
I’ll tell you one thing.I sure as hell would not want to get that type of virus.You’ll bleed from every orifice of your body.
Ill tell you one thing.I sure as hell would not want to get that type of virus.Youll bleed from every orifice of your body.
According to the Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources, this virus is unlikely to infect humans. That doesn't mean it couldn't mutate. Since deer are prone to a number of diseases, it's always a good idea to cook the meat thoroughly. Deer are also prone to a wasting disease similar to mad cow. While there is no evidence about its transmissibility to humans, it is probably a good idea to avoid eating nervous tissue, found in the brain and bone marrow. Mad cow type diseases remain infectious even after cooking.