I don't have that data broken out by county / township as my post was exclusively on Montcalm. If you or Luv have it, I would be glad to add it to the stats I have been tracking. Would be interesting to look back at exactly what areas were being tested. Seeing the info Luv posted for the state, looks like from 2012 - 2014 testing levels were very low over all. For at least 5 years, very little testing was being done in Montcalm. When the Meridian twp. clinically sick doe was brought to the attention of DNR in 2015 the rubber really hit the road. It is unlikely the general random testing would have detected it though even a blind squirrel finds a nut now and then.