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How is CWD contracted? .....anyone. I used to pick on a select few, but can anyone please tell me how cwd is spread, I'm begging you ANYONE?
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Can you just admit that you have no clue and any answer you give us just some guess. NO ONE, knows the details of cwd. You certainly don't . But you keep perpetuating the scare, and feeding the hype.

WOW...hardest thing i've ever done. took awhile but here it is


https://www.cdc.gov/prions/cwd/transmission.html
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WW yes it is they want the public help then if the deer is unfit for consumption then they need to reimburse the cost if the season over itís not the sportsman or womanís fault. Also not Commission fault but the only way to get rid of problem is give the cost to the farm baure then they may do something. But until then how about I tag it with a piece of paper then if it comes back clean I burn my tag
If you think the price of prosecution is worth it, knock yourself out. No one forces you to hunt in a DMA, I don't and won't You hunting license is for more than deer, it is ludicrous to expect to be reimbursed for your license when you made a conscious decision to hunt a DMA. FYI, the head must be legally tagged when you submit it for testing.
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WOW...hardest thing i've ever done. took awhile but here it is


https://www.cdc.gov/prions/cwd/transmission.html
First, I am not a biologist or scientist.

Reading the info presented in the CDC link sure does make me scratch my head though. There are a lot of critical words like "believe" mentioned in those links that tell me they only have educated guesses but not proven facts yet. Then they go on to make statements that appear to be facts like "To date, there is no strong evidence for the occurrence of CWD in people, and it is not known if people can get infected with CWD prions. " Two different studies with no explanation of why the results appear different also. Prohibitive costs and it will take longer term studies to come to a better conclusion. So, while I do not downplay that CWD exists, reading and comprehending the words from the CDC in my opinion is not a great source.
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Do you think the CDC is actually going to come out and say go ahead and eat infected deer? They know from other prion diseases how they act and jump species barriers and they are going to tell people not to eat infected deer even if no one has gotten infected from doing so, they would be subject to all kinds of law suit liability. I don't know all of what you may have read but here is something else for you to read. https://www.usnews.com/news/healthie...sion-to-humans
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yes it is [IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]





WOW...hardest thing i've ever done. took awhile [IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG] but here it is


https://www.cdc.gov/prions/cwd/transmission.html
First, I am not a biologist or scientist.

Reading the info presented in the CDC link sure does make me scratch my head though. There are a lot of critical words like "believe" mentioned in those links that tell me they only have educated guesses but not proven facts yet. Then they go on to make statements that appear to be facts like "To date, there is no strong evidence for the occurrence of CWD in people, and it is not known if people can get infected with CWD prions. " Two different studies with no explanation of why the results appear different also. Prohibitive costs and it will take longer term studies to come to a better conclusion. So, while I do not downplay that CWD exists, reading and comprehending the words from the CDC in my opinion is not a great source.
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WW I was talking about weather or not I hunt if state won’t reimburse then they need to close it down and 1 either kill all the deer apiece in the zones or 2 be prepared for the possibility of a lawsuit. I just asked you question because you seem to have GC answer I know that deer needs to be tagged but my money doesn’t go to deer it goes to the Game Commission so technically they are providing a service. Just like a mechanic fixes my truck if it’s not right I go back for a refund or fix, as you stated if season close then my tag no longer works well. Then pay me for the tag. I paid state in good faith
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WW I was talking about weather or not I hunt if state won’t reimburse then they need to close it down and 1 either kill all the deer apiece in the zones or 2 be prepared for the possibility of a lawsuit. I just asked you question because you seem to have GC answer I know that deer needs to be tagged but my money doesn’t go to deer it goes to the Game Commission so technically they are providing a service. Just like a mechanic fixes my truck if it’s not right I go back for a refund or fix, as you stated if season close then my tag no longer works well. Then pay me for the tag. I paid state in good faith
Perhaps you might want to go fishing instead of hunting. I doubt the state is worried about a law suit, you are not tricked into hunting deer in the DMAs you go there with your eyes open and know what you have to do if you killed a diseased deer. In addition, the Game and Wildlife Code is clear in that there shall be no refunds for hunting licenses. The mention of section 501 refers to a mistaken prosecution and the return of money or perhaps if an issuing agent sold a person the wrong license. Section 2809 (b) (b) Refunds.--Except as provided in section 501 (relating to refund of moneys paid erroneously or unjustly), license fees are not refundable.

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Do you think the CDC is actually going to come out and say go ahead and eat infected deer? They know from other prion diseases how they act and jump species barriers and they are going to tell people not to eat infected deer even if no one has gotten infected from doing so, they would be subject to all kinds of law suit liability. I don't know all of what you may have read but here is something else for you to read. https://www.usnews.com/news/healthie...sion-to-humans
Yeah, it appears even in the medical community there is disagreement. Evidently Michael Osterholm has a reputation for being fairly outspoken on similar topics from AIDS/HIV to mad cow etc.
Here is another article also: https://www.twincities.com/2019/02/0...ue-for-people/ Interesting enough he claims to have no ties to political stances when he speaks from his role. Interesting to hear that coming from a dual major in political science and biology from his early years. With his abundance of titles and positions through out his career, you have to wonder where he gets the time to do it all. A fast resulting method of testing just can't come soon enough.
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WW ,No I rather stay hunting, Fish wardens are worst then game wardens. WW I don’t hunt in any of the effected zones
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