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Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Disease' started by Waif, Jan 14, 2020.
I know of 1 in se newaygo co., in my township.
If you honestly don't know, here is a not to subtle hint $$$$$. FM
I am surprised that there is no mention of what happens to the land that the infected herd was kept in. Cut the fence and let free rangers in? This is pretty half axx!
I know of 2
I live in Newaygo county and can say that there are at least a dozen of these type of facilities here in this county that I know of several being to close for me to think about...
Could be the Sanctuary also here in Eastern Newaygo county..
Here you go Swampy. This is where you should be trying to make some change.
Why are they keeping the location secret?
Those that are near there need to know so they can be proactive on keeping CWD out of the wild deer heard.
The State Agency’s are required by law to not disclose or identify the infected farm. I don’t even know if a FOIA request could obtain it.
That is typical Goberment BS
Im starting to think all deer carry this disease and maybe raising animals in captivity somehow activates the disease.
Call your legislator. They are the ones who thought it was prudent to protect the farmers who spread disease vs those of us on the receiving end.
How do all these farms stay in business without cut throating each other? Are these deer farms for breeding or hunting sanctuaries?? Either way I can’t see it being to lucrative. Seems to me other big buck states would seem way more appealing to run these type of operations than a run of the mill buck state like Michigan.
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Simple- our DNR is more concerned about farmers than Outdoorsman.