My nephew shot this deer Sat. I'm sure it survived a bout with EHD. Many died in our area from it this year. This deer's hooves had the tell tale rings or separation about halfway down from the coronet band. The deer was pretty thin, not skin and bones, but about 30 some pounds lighter than he should have been. Besides that he looked pretty healthy. I saw nothing else about him that looked off. I would not have classified him as sick, just thin, about like a doe at the end of summer that is drawn down from suppling milk to a couple of fawns. If I had not known about the disease killing them off in the area I would probably not give it a thought. So, giving it is not transmitable to humans, the deer did not act sick, we butchered it yesterday and had chops and tender loin for lunch. Meat tasted fine. I guess I'm having second thoughts. The meat is mixed in with another deer also, so we would have to toss two if we were not going to keep it. Any thoughts?