DMA Deer Testing and Disposal
In light of the DMA areas being vastly increased, I'm wondering what the turn around time for getting test results from the PGC will be to find out if your deer is diseased or not. Also, our camp is literally across the road from a DMA area. Since we will not be allowed to drag the deer across the road to process it ourselves (as that would be removing the deer from the DMA area), I'm wondering what the legality is of boning it out and leaving the remains in the DMA area. The nearest "High Risk Parts Disposal" dumpster is 30 miles away. What are the practical solutions to processing a deer yourself? We have out-of-staters at our camp that leave for home first thing Sunday morning so taking a deer to the processor would not be practical. Not nipping this problem in the bud 10 years ago seems to have created a giant logistical nightmare.