Scientists with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources say hunters in the western part of the state should have the deer they harvest this fall checked for chronic wasting disease.  C-W-D has been hard on deer farmers.  The disease affects the animal’s brains, causing them to lose weight, act strangely and eventually die.  Wisconsin deer farmers were paid more than 330-thousand dollars in compensation last year when their herds were wiped out due to concerns about infections.