If you harvest a deer from certain counties in the CWD Management Zone during Nov. 10 or 11, 2018, you must take your deer -- or the head with at least 6 inches of the neck in place -- on the day of harvest to one of the following CWD sampling stations listed below.
Click on the CWD MANAGEMENT ZONE MAP to the right to enlarge it and for more information.
The 31 counties for mandatory sampling are: Adair, Barry, Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Cedar, Cole, Crawford, Franklin, Grundy, Hickory, Jefferson, Knox, Linn, Macon, Madison, McDonald, Mercer, Moniteau, Ozark, Perry, Polk, Putnam, St. Charles, St. Clair, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Stone, Sullivan, Taney, Warren, and Washington.
They included new counties added to the CWD Management Zone, counties with previous CWD positives, and counties very near previous positives.
Telecheck deer before going to a sampling location.
Have completed permit information ready.
Be prepared to locate the harvest location on a map.
Position deer in the vehicle so the head and neck are easily accessible.
Have the detached head or cape with about 6 inches of neck ready for sampling.
|County||Nearest City||Sampling Station||Address||GPS Coordinates||Directions From Nearest Highway/Intersection|
|Adair||Kirksville||NEMO Fairgrounds||2700 E. Illinois||40.196779, -92.551785||0.25 mile east on Hwy. 11 from Hwy. 63 bypass and Hwy. 11 E. intersection|
|Adair||Novinger||Novinger Country Store||206 Front St.||40.230262, -92.702399||0.25 mile east of Hwy. 6 W. and Hwy. 149 N. intersection|
|Barry||Cassville||Roaring River State Park||24390 Farm Rd. 1135||36.59251, -93.83266||Located in Roaring River State Park south of Cassville 7 miles on Hwy. 112, north on Farm Rd. 1135 to fish hatchery office|
|Barry||Purdy||Purdy Community Center||401 State Hwy. C||36.81586, -93.91982||Located in front of Purdy Schools; from the Hwy. 37 and Hwy. C intersection, east 0.5 mile|
|Barry||Shell Knob||Central Crossing Fire Protection District Headquarters||23463 State Hwy. 39||36.63958, -93.64109||1.5 miles north of Shell Knob on Hwy. 39|
|Bollinger||Arab||Former Arab MODOT Shop||Hwy. 51||37.099868, -90.081409||0.5 mile north of Arab on the west side of Hwy. 51|
|Bollinger||Marble Hill||Marble Hill Ball Fields||206 Hwy. 34||37.303547, -89.982699||From the Hwy. 34 and Hwy. 51 S. intersection, go west on Hwy. 34 for 0.2 mile then turn right after Subway and before the fire station|
|Bollinger||Patton||Former Patton Variety Shop||Hwy. 51||37.516537, -90.015614||From Hwy. 51 and Hwy. 72 intersection, 0.2 mile south on east side of Hwy. 51|
|Cape Girardeau||Cape Girardeau||Conservation Department Office||2302 County Park Dr.||37.345438, -89.590429||From Exit 99 on I-55, take Kingshighway south toward Cape Girardeau 0.5 mile, then left onto County Park Dr.|
|Cedar||El Dorado Springs||El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce||1303 Hwy. 32||37.862087, -94.012156||Shopping center directly east of the Hwy. 54 and Hwy. 32 intersection in El Dorado Springs|
|Cedar||Stockton||Stockton Lake — Crabtree Cove Park||17630 ECT-1||37.667242, -93.751305||5 miles east of Stockton on Hwy. 32 to 1791|
|Cole||Brazito||Cole County Public Works Shop||9406 Pleasant Hill Rd.||38.447377, -92.303194||From the Hwy. 54 and Brazito Rd. intersection, north 0.1 mile on Pleasant Hill Rd.|
|Cole||Jefferson City||Conservation Commission Headquarters||230 Commerce Dr.||38.592212, -92.22793||From the Hwy. 50 and Hwy. 179 intersection, take Hwy. 179 (Commerce Dr.) north 0.8 mile, turn left into Conservation Department campus|
|Cole||Russellville||Cole County R-1||13600 Hwy. C||38.510148, -92.448432||Hwy. C on the west end of Russellville|
|Crawford||Cherryville||Steelville Fire Protection District Station No. 2||20416 Hwy. 19 S.||37.850077, -91.277651||On Hwy. 19, 0.1 mile south of the Hwy. 19 and Hwy. 49 intersection|
|Crawford||Cuba||Cuba Knights of Columbus Hall||7057 Old 66||38.089679, -91.371669||From Exit 210 (Hwy. UU) on I-44, south on Historic Rt. 66|
|Crawford||Steeleville||Huzzah Valley Resort||970 E. Hwy. 8||37.973257, -91.201597||From Steelville, east on Hwy. 8 for 10 miles|
|Franklin||Beaufort||Beufort Lions Club||2041 Lutheran Church Rd.||38.435917, -91.194025||From the Rt. 50 and Hwy. 185 intersection in Beaufort, north on Hwy. 185 for 1 mile to Lutheran Church Rd., then west on Lutheran Church Rd. 0.2 mile|
|Franklin||Gray Summit||Travelodge Six Flags/Gray Summit parking lot across from Shaw Nature Reserve||2875 Hwy. 100||38.482649, -90.825436||From Exit 253 (Hwy. 100) on I-44, west on Hwy. 100/Historic Rt. 66 to the Travelodge Six Flags parking lot across from Shaw Nature Reserve|
|Franklin||New Haven||Colter's Landing Access||Hwy. 100, 3.5 miles east of New Haven||38.589293, -91.161767||From New Haven, east on Hwy. 100 for 3.5 miles|
|Franklin||Sullivan||Fraternal Order of Eagles Hall||1000 Acid Mine Rd.||38.235767, -91.155063||From Exit 226 on I-44, north to North Service Rd., then east on North Service Rd. 500 ft. to Acid Mine Rd.; take Acid Mine Rd. north for 0.6 mile|
|Grundy||Trenton||NCM Fairgrounds — Rock Barn||1211 Oklahoma Ave.||40.077906, -93.599837||From Hwy. 6 (9th St.), go north on Oklahoma Ave. 0.3 mile|
|Hickory||Hermitage||Pomme de Terre U.S. Corps of Engineers Maintenance Shop||Hwy. 254 W.||37.906254, -93.318782||1 mile west of Hwy. 254 and Hwy. 64 intersection on Hwy. 254|
|Jefferson||Cedar Hill||VFW Post 5331||1 Lynn Ln.||38.357221, -90.64627||From Hwy. 30, east on Rt. BB to Veterans Dr., then north on Veterans Dr. for 0.2 mile to Lynn Ln.; turn left onto Lynn Ln.|
|Jefferson||Herculaneum||Parking Lot Across from Buchheit's||200 Riverview Plaza Dr.||38.256086, -90.391041||Take Exit 178 off I-55, turn east onto McNutt Rd. and continue on Crystal City/Herky Rd. for 0.7 mile|
|Knox||Edina||Edina Farm and Home||204 W. Reid||40.163578, -92.176645||0.6 mile north of the Hwy. 6 and Hwy. 15 intersection; 0.1 mile on W. Reid St.|
|Linn||Brookfield||Linn County Fairgrounds||29248 Idalis Rd.||39.761271, -93.059617||Southeast of the Hwy. 36 and Hwy. 11 intersection; take Park Circle Dr. east to Inman Dr. South, turn right on Ida Dr. to Idalis Dr.|
|Linn||Purdin||Purdin Community Center||402 C St.||39.952471, -93.165967||Intersection of Hwy. 5 and Rt. C|
|Macon||La Plata||La Plata City Park||E. Sanders St.||40.022342, -92.491505||Intersection of E. Sanders St. and S. Gex St.|
|Macon||Macon||Macon County Fairgrounds||Hwy. 63 S.||39.721505, -92.465139||South of Hwy. 63 S. and Rt. PP intersection|
|Madison||Fredericktown||Barefoot Fireworks Store||6852 Hwy. 67||37.485751, -90.305672||5 miles south of Fredericktown at the Hwy. 67 and Hwy. C intersection|
|McDonald||Anderson||McDonald County Fairgrounds||100 Mustang Dr.||36.6447331, -94.424051||From Hwy. 76 and I-49 intersection in Anderson, 0.5 mile west on Hwy. 76, 0.2 mile south on County Rd. NE 7112 (Indian Trail Rd.), 0.2 mile east on County Rd. NE 7112A (Mustang Ln.)|
|McDonald||Longview||Longview Mill||16741 Hwy. 76||36.723247, -94.200863||Located in Longview, 0.25 mile east of Hwy. 76 and Hwy. CC/D intersection|
|Mercer||Princeton||Lake Paho Conservation Area||15643 Fathom St.||40.399842, -93.657527||From Princeton, take Hwy. 136 west 4 miles, then right on Fathom St.|
|Moniteau||California||Moniteau County Fairgrounds||700 E. South St.||38.633910, -92.561277||From Hwy. 50, north on Hwy. 87, turn right on E. South St.|
|Moniteau||Jamestown||Advanced Chimney Techniques||365 W. Row St.||38.73454, -92.4901||Intersection of Hwy. 87 and Hwy. 179|
|Ozark||Dora||Dora School||Hwy. 181 S.||36.77286, -92.21653||0.25 mile east of Hwy. 181 and Hwy. CC intersection|
|Ozark||Gainesville||Gainesville School||422 Bulldog Dr.||36.61096, -92.4013||1 mile east of the Hwy. 5 and Hwy. 160 intersection|
|Perry||Perryville||Conservation Department Office||2206 W. St. Joseph St.||37.729246, -89.897063||From Exit 129 on I-55, take Hwy. 51 north 1.25 miles to Hwy. T (St. Joseph St.), turn left and travel 0.75 mile to site on north side of the road|
|Perry||Uniontown||Heartland Social Club||578 Hwy. A||37.617834, -89.704297||From the Hwy. 61 and Hwy. A intersection in Uniontown, east on Hwy. A for 0.5 mile; station is on the north side of the road across from Meyer Ln.|
|Polk||Bolivar||Bolivar Fire Station No. 2 (West)||812 S. Killingsworth||37.606839, -93.435182||From Hwy. 13, east on Hwy. 32, south on Killingsworth Ave.|
|Putnam||Unionville||Putnam County Fairgrounds||Hwy. 5 N.||40.481203, -93.009244||0.3 mile north of Hwy. 136 and Hwy. 5 N. intersection|
|St. Charles||St. Charles||Parking lot north of Emerald View Turf Farm||Hwy. 79||38.840161, -90.689376||On Hwy. 79, 0.3 mile south of Hwy. M in O'Fallon|
|St. Charles||Weldon Spring||Weldon Spring Conservation Area Shop||6990 Hwy. 94 S.||38.700308, -90.709932||From I-64, south on Hwy. 94 for 1.2 miles to entrance south of Rt. D|
|St. Clair||Collins||Former MODOT Maintenance Shop||1501 Business 13 S.||37.886956, -93.623523||0.3 mile south of the Hwy. 54 and Business 13 intersection on Business 13|
|St. Clair||Osceola||Conservation Department Shop||3815 NE. Hwy. 13||38.075825, -93.702473||1.5 miles north of Osceola, turn onto Old Missouri 13 on the west side of Hwy. 13 (across from Osceola Cheese), drive 0.2 mile north from the Hwy. 13 and Old Missouri 13 intersection to the orange metal building|
|St. Francois||Knob Lick||Klug Transport Lot||Hwy. 67/Hwy. DD intersection||37.674718, -90.373348||Parking lot located just southeast of the Hwy. 67 and Hwy. DD intersection|
|St. Francois||Park Hills||Mineral Area College||112 Dixie Kohn Dr.||37.843636, -90.480207||From the Hwy. 67 and Hwy. 32 intersection, east on Flat River Rd., north on Dixie Kohn Dr. for 0.4 mile to Parking Lot B|
|Ste. Genevieve||Bloomsdale||Bloomsdale Knights of Columbus Hall||175 Jersey Ln.||38.005319, -90.215575||From Exit 157 off I-55 at Blooms- dale, east on Rt. Y for 0.25 mile, south on Jersey Ln. for 0.2 mile|
|Ste. Genevieve||Ozora||Ozora Travel Plaza||17049 New Bremen Rd.||37.874567, -90.036967||From Exit 143 off I-55 at Ozora, west on Rt. N to New Bremen Rd.|
|Stone||Crane||Crane High School||209 Pirate Ln.||36.89434, -93.56985||Located on Hwy. 265/413|
|Stone||Lampe||Lampe MODOT Facility||1063 Hwy. 86||36.52962, -93.44373||On Hwy. 86, 1 mile west of the Hwy. 13 and Hwy. 86 intersection|
|Sullivan||Milan||North Central Missouri Electric Coop||1098 Hwy. E||40.205772, -93.135211||Immediately west of Hwy. 5 S. and Rt. E intersection|
|Sullivan||Winigan||Winigan Community Center||33355B Main St.||40.045396, -92.901987||East of Hwy. 129 on Woodhue Rd. to Main St.|
|Taney||Branson||Conservation Department Office||226 Claremont Dr.||36.69415, -93.21872||From Hwy. 465 and Hwy. 65 intersection on the north side of Branson, south on East Outer Rd. 1.3 miles, southeast on Rinehart Rd. 0.1 mile, north on Claremont Dr. 0.1 mile|
|Taney||Rueter||Mark Twain School||37707 Hwy. 160||36.59437, -92.84663||0.25 mile east of the Hwy. 160 and Hwy. 125 intersection or 2 miles east of Rueter|
|Warren||Marthasville||S & R Convenience Center||15397 Hwy. 47||38.623783, -91.061588||South of the Hwy. 47 and Hwy. 94 intersection and across Hwy. 47 from the Marthasville ball fields|
|Warren||Warrenton||Warren County Fairgrounds||615 Fairgrounds Rd.||38.836887, -91.141481||From I-70, north on Hwy. 47 for 1 mile, west on Fairgrounds Rd.|
|Washington||DeSoto||Washington State Park||13041 Hwy. 104||38.080258, -90.692032||From Hwy. 21, take the westernmost Rt. 104 to Washington State Park, continue to the park's pool site|
|Washington||Potosi||Potosi City Park||10479 Hwy. P||37.920775, -90.780956||From Hwy. 8 (E. High St.) in Potosi, south on Hwy. P (Park Dr.) for 0.6 mile|
|Washington||Richwoods||Roy's Convenience Store||17203 W. Hwy. 47||38.155734, -90.807701||1 mile south of Hwy. A on Hwy. 47 near Richwoods|
Simply type the GPS coordinates into the search engine on your smartphone or tablet. Most will show the location on a map and guide you there with turn-by-turn directions.
Mandatory sampling dramatically increases the number of tissue samples MDC can collect in a brief period of time. The increased number of samples gives MDC scientists a much better understanding of the distribution and prevalence of the disease -- where it is and how many deer may have it. It can also help find new cases in new areas.
Opening weekend of the firearms deer season is the most popular two hunting days for most deer hunters. Hunters take about a third of our state’s total annual deer harvest during those two days. Focusing on this key weekend gives MDC the best opportunity to collect the most tissue samples during a very concentrated time period.