Utah officials say the prion disease, which is found in deer and other cervids, appears to be spreading in the state.
The state had recently announced the first detections in two other counties, including one that neighbors the newly affected location.
The buck, which carried a GPS tracker, died in the middle of October.
This case will likely be managed differently than the 2021 detection because of migration patterns, officials said.
The farm is in quarantine with an investigation underway.
The deer, found in the north-central lower peninsula, showed symptoms including wasting, drooling, and lack of fear of people.
Nine deer farms in the state are still operating after a CWD detection, and 17 were previously shut down after deer tested positive.
Since 2013, Iowa officials have confirmed 260 cases of chronic wasting disease in 16 counties.
Data on chronic wasting disease sampling in Wyoming's large game animals for 2022 suggests a slow rise, with the disease spreading from east to west.
A month after Oklahoma reported its first CWD case in a wild deer, another white-tailed deer has tested positive, this time in Woodward County.
The DNR aims to focus restrictions on areas at greatest risk for the spread of chronic wasting disease.
Florida's first CWD case has been detected in a road-killed deer in the Panhandle and has prompted nearby states to take action.
The disease was found in a targeted male mule deer near Rock Springs in the west central part of the state.
The white-tailed deer was found near Optima, in the Oklahoma Panhandle, after a Texas County landowner told officials it had been behaving abnormally.
Wisconsin's latest case is from another deer farm, and the positive finding in Texas marks the first from Bexar County.
The hunter from Louisville legally harvested the 8-point buck in Wisconsin, then brought the intact head into Kentucky for taxidermy, which violates Kentucky law.
This is the eleventh CWD-affected deer farm in the state over the past 15 years.
The 11 new cases raise the state's total since the virus was first detected early last year to 12.
The wild deer—a 3-year-old doe —tested positive in the town of Nepeuskun.
CWD has been confirmed at deer-breeding facilities in Hamilton and Frio counties.
The detections span locations in three counties, with cases in two identified through postmortem testing.
For the first time, chronic wasting disease has been detected in white-tailed deer in Manitoba—previous detections were in mule deer.
Testing done on samples from about 5,000 deer harvested in last year's hunting seasons in Iowa revealed that 84 deer were positive for CWD.
In North Carolina, officials confirm the first case detected outside of the state's surveillance area.
Earlier this month, officials confirmed CWD in Sheboygan County, and in January CWD was detected for the first time in Waupaca County.