"Unprecedented" Midwest CWD Meeting...

Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Disease' started by Wild Thing, Jul 26, 2019.

  1. flinchjerk

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    "In this state", it's right there in the first sentence. o_O Yep 423 is roughly 500 in some universe somewhere I guess. ;) Math and English ,WHATEVER:spin-nana:
     
  2. flinchjerk

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    Baitpiles like that are illegal and I ain't falling for it just so you can hit the report button. Shwing and a miss. Nice try and your effort has been noted however. FWIW, I much prefer whitefishees over red herrings.
     

  3. Rainman68

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    Dude, settle down... you/we will never know how many deer CWD has killed in Michigan. Tested after the kill doesn't mean squat...a bullet, arrow or vehicle did the duty. Would they have died from CWD naturally, we really don't know. I'll bet you do though so I'll wait for your expert response.

    We all do know you don't hunt your own land or plot now, you pay to play. So my guess is you hunt land owned by others (my definition of "Others" here is a game ranch) that actually brought CWD into this state.

    Here lets make it fun too........:nana-party:
     
  4. flinchjerk

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    Just a really good lease, but whatever you wanna think. You nailed my point without even knowing you did it though. CWD cannot compete with the hunters in this state, especially when they are scared stupid by the right boogeyman.
     
  5. RF Pro

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    Let me guess, do as I say not as I do? Is that close?
     
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    And no more bone in chops that I liked.
     
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    Yeah a good neck roast or blade roast is yummeeeeeeeeee. I am still making them, I just wait for the test results to come back before tossing them in the pressure cooker. Most of that is just for the wimminz benefit however.
     
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    I cooked one neck roast ever, and have thrown away the neck ever since.
     
  9. sureshot006

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    Whaaaaaaaat?!! Dude, you did something very wrong... neck roast is EXCELLENT
     
  10. Tilden Hunter

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    What ever I did it was literally too tough to eat. And we were pretty hungry.
     
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    Wish I had my grandmother's recipe here... it involves a pressure cooker, neck roast and sauerkraut. More ingredients that I dont remember. Incredibly tender.
     
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    You just made a little tear roll down my cheek. I lightly cold smoke over hickory for a few hours for flavor. Then I just shove it into the pressure cooker with 1/4 lemon rind on , crushed tomatoes, spices then give the gas for 3 hours. Crack the pot open then add carrots, celery, potatoes, and parsnips. The give it another 45 minutes or so and mmmmmmmmm happens.
     
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    Now I'm starting to get it. I won't cook anything for 4 hours before eating it. Thanks for the tips, but I'll still through the neck away. Now I have to worry where the prions will go.
     
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    Way off topic but... do you make chili in under 4 hours?
     
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    45 min. tops.