Of course it has nothing to do with what now looks like the false narrative pushed by the DNR, that the disease could jump over to humans. Since the original outbreak the story was that all of this mandatory testing was in large part to protect us from that possibility. Not so surprising that thousands of hunters and their families came to think that they had to get that test before they could eat the venison they harvested. Now this year comes along and we have a complete turn around by the powers that be with limited testing in limited areas. And what about the thousands of hunters who bought into the health scare? Real leadership from the DNR would have never allowed that false narrative to begin with, and when it was obvious that people did believe it, they should have had the foresight to explain to those hunters where they could get their deer tested. Call it sad if you'd like, I'll label it SNAFU.