PIERRE — The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks has declared another part of central South Dakota as having a fatal deer disease. Chronic Wasting Disease was confirmed in an adult female white-tail deer harvested by a hunter in Buffalo County. A total of 19 counties have been confirmed as having chronic wasting disease. Buffalo County is only the second east-river county to have a C-W-D confirmation besides Sully. The Game, Fish and Parks Commission has modified carcass transportation and disposal regulations for all of South Dakota in an effort to try and control the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease. C-W-D was found in Stanley County last month. Other central South Dakota Counties with confirmed cases include Haakon, Jackson, Tripp Mellette and Lyman. Most harvested animals with chronic wasting disease will appear healthly and show no outward signs of being sick. In later stages of infection, animals may show progressive weight loss and body condition, behavioral changes, excessive salivation, loss of muscle control and eventual death.