Learned yesterday in NRC meeting the Director shut down the disease lab due to Covid-19. A rep from the cattlemen's association was pretty hot that deer TB tests have not been completed which could jeopardize the State's beef & dairy industry. As usual the individual asking questions was not granted a response other than the Director saying it was his decision. So what does this mean for the upcoming season? No TB or CWD testing? Is this why the DNR has been intentionally skirting questions regarding test goals and hunter service testing? Why would the wildlife lab be closed when the associated MSU VDL has been fully open since May? I'm guessing it's a question of priority coupled with the big D's agenda. It's past time for D to be held accountable to serve the interests of all citizens. Where was it government decisions to save money put citizen lives at risk? Oh right, Flint... I'm to the point of saying screw it. No test, no reason to kill anything in the CWD area. How's that going to work for disease control?!?