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Link Posted: 8/31/2015 1:17:39 PM EDT
If they want to eradicate them so bad, why limit it to permits?  Why not allow a free for all to any member of the public in this zone?

IMO if you want them gone so bad, no rules, free for all would be the fastest way.  Why even allow meat harvesting, just flat out kill and dump.
Link Posted: 8/31/2015 1:22:50 PM EDT
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No shit, got a link to that?
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I watched the meeting.  They admit it is just a few deer in a small area, but gave out details of past problems in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Sounds like you get one shot to stop it or you deal with it for years and years.

No baiting in 033.  Ingham, Clinton and Shiawasee Co.

$12  unlimited doe tags.

Restricted combo tag can be used for a doe.

72 hour mandatory check in. ( If I remember correctly)

No claiming roadkill.

Theoretically, it could be disbursed by other animals. There are studies showing that CWD prions are still pathogenic after being passed through a crow's digestive system.


No shit, got a link to that?


Been postulated for a while:

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/brain-eating-crows-may-help-spread-prion-diseases-80669156/?no-ist

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3904308/


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Originally Posted By Phelptwan:
Originally Posted By SemperFo:
Originally Posted By jonyng:
I watched the meeting.  They admit it is just a few deer in a small area, but gave out details of past problems in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Sounds like you get one shot to stop it or you deal with it for years and years.

No baiting in 033.  Ingham, Clinton and Shiawasee Co.

$12  unlimited doe tags.

Restricted combo tag can be used for a doe.

72 hour mandatory check in. ( If I remember correctly)

No claiming roadkill.

Theoretically, it could be disbursed by other animals. There are studies showing that CWD prions are still pathogenic after being passed through a crow's digestive system.


No shit, got a link to that?


Been postulated for a while:

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/brain-eating-crows-may-help-spread-prion-diseases-80669156/?no-ist

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3904308/




Damn, never read that it could survive the digestive track.  That's not cool at all.  How long are prions viable after death?  EG, how long could crows potentially transfer them as a deer's carcass rots?  I realize you probably don't have the answers, just throwing thoughts out there.
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