CWD Is Spreading, New Positive

Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Disease' started by Luv2hunteup, Oct 24, 2019.

  1. laserstraight

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    Just for clarification because you did not understand my statement,
    (Poorly written by me, I apologize.)
    If a parent take a two year old hunting and lets the two year old
    shoot an animal, I would be worried about the parents.
    So I will ask you this, why are you being a troll?
     
  2. Waif

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    Cause you thought a two year old killed a two year old deer. While I hunt in a C.W.D. area that folks would have the deer all killed off ,regardless of hunter age.

    Are you trollin?
     

  3. Hunters Edge

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    Bait was legally used in 2019 in at least one location, just not by hunters. It also most likely was not the only location, this one just made the news because of it being a nature preserve. Notice the concern of making a contamination site and the congregation they were concerned over being that time of year in comments. Also would make a bet they did not follow a 2 gallon a day, daily limit of bait per location.

    https://www.themorningsun.com/news/...cle_b5887df2-24ce-11e9-b410-0b9e7272d27c.html
     
  4. syonker

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    My questions are:

    1) Was this deer commercially processed?
    2) If commercially processed, was any of the venison part of a “community” batch of burger?
    3) If commercially processed, was the equipment sanitized after each animal?
     
  5. sureshot006

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    It is pretty much guaranteed CWD positive deer have been processed commercially and nobody knew. And the venison was consumed. Very small odds that this isnt still occurring.
     
  6. Ken

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    The DNRs "core" areas are coming up short in tests and positives. So, they have to see a change somewhere. A new area is the next best thing. Keeps the story alive and buzzing, keeps funding rolling in. Not saying it was a false positive, but also not saying it wasn't "expected".
     
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    I'm more concerned about our public education system.
     
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    Donner, party of four!
     
  9. ratherboutside

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    We once got a company wide eamil congratulating a coworker named Dick. The sender meant to type:
    "That's fantastic, Dick"

    But instead typed:
    "That's fantastic Dick".

    It was forever used as an example of why punctuation matters.

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  10. Divers Down

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    Spreading cwd for sure...take their licenses!!!:rolleyes: