Since May of last year, Michigan has now had seven deer test positive for chronic wasting disease.
The two latest cases come out of Ingham and Clinton Counties. Officials with the Department of Natural Resources have been testing deer across the state, having checked around 4,900 animals so far.
Deer program specialist Chad Stewart said he's not ready to call this an "outbreak" yet, but the findings aren't great.
"It is disheartening that we keep finding more positives because the more we find the more likely that the disease becomes established," he said.