If you have a deer hunter in your family, please show them this photo!

The Michigan State department of Natural Resources is warning hunters across the country of a deadly disease impacting deer.

Photo Credit: Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Bovine tuberculosis in deer is a disease that's transmissible to humans. It typically infects humans through eating or drinking unpasteurized dairy products which are contaminated with the disease. Though uncommon, it is possible to contract the disease through an infected deer

Officials are asking hunters that if they see a deer with signs of Bovine tuberculosis to let their state health depart.

Early Bow Hunting is in effect until November, 16th.