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Controversial 'Dr. Deer' stirs the pot in Minnesota's CWD disease zone - La Crosse Tribune
Wed, 15 Feb 2017 22:50:23 GMT

La Crosse Tribune

Controversial 'Dr. Deer' stirs the pot in Minnesota's CWD disease zone
La Crosse Tribune
A half dozen whitetail deer congregated just outside of Chatfield, Minn. Dr. James Kroll, also known as Dr. Deer, spoke to a crowd at Potter Arena last week in ...

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MN/IA Deer Farmers Associations invite experts to speak about ... - KIMT 3
Thu, 09 Feb 2017 05:08:00 GMT

KIMT 3

MN/IA Deer Farmers Associations invite experts to speak about ...
KIMT 3
The meeting was held in Fillmore County where six deer have tested positive for CWD.

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Your Turn: Feb. 22 - mySanAntonio.com
Tue, 21 Feb 2017 23:43:59 GMT

mySanAntonio.com

Your Turn: Feb. 22
mySanAntonio.com
Last year, whitetail deer at a Medina County deer farm tested positive for CWD, which should have been an omen. Deer farms in Texas can't import deer from other states, and the farms themselves go through stringent procedures to make sure they don't ...

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Amish farmer says deer rancher in disease probe took heads from his bone pile - MLive.com
Wed, 01 Feb 2017 21:46:42 GMT

MLive.com

Amish farmer says deer rancher in disease probe took heads from his bone pile
MLive.com
Michigan wildlife and agriculture officials quarantined the ranch in late January after two of six heads submitted for (CWD) testing came back positive. The disease, spread by self-multiplying proteins, is a fatal contagion that affects white-tailed ...
Mecosta County meetings on chronic wasting disease plannedWLNS
DNR Announces Meeting for Concerned Hunters, Landowners After CWD Found in Mecosta County DeerMI News 26

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Hearing held on Munzlinger's captive cervids bill - The Missouri Times
Mon, 06 Feb 2017 23:52:16 GMT

The Missouri Times

Hearing held on Munzlinger's captive cervids bill
The Missouri Times
Brian Munzlinger, who chairs the committee, presented SB 123, promoting it as a way for the state's deer farms to more easily sell their products. “What this bill does is allow one of our agricultural industries here in Missouri to actually sell the ...


Duluth group sounds off about deer management preferences ... - INFORUM
Sun, 26 Feb 2017 13:03:54 GMT

INFORUM

Duluth group sounds off about deer management preferences ...
INFORUM
A white-tailed buck pauses in the woods on a fall morning. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, with the public's help, is developing a deer ...

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DNR reviews its CWD plan | Outdoors | chippewa.com - Chippewa Herald
Mon, 20 Feb 2017 20:51:11 GMT

Chippewa Herald

DNR reviews its CWD plan | Outdoors | chippewa.com
Chippewa Herald
Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) was first discovered in Wisconsin white tailed deer in 2001.

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Unleashed: The Deer Dog Culture Clash - Outdoor Life Magazine
Wed, 22 Feb 2017 10:05:29 GMT

Outdoor Life Magazine

Unleashed: The Deer Dog Culture Clash
Outdoor Life Magazine
A gathering of hundreds of people in hunter-orange hats in front of a government building to protest legislation being debated inside is a sportsmen's show of force, a statement that there are legions of hunters who both vote and care about the ...


National Deer Alliance Calls for Immediate Investigation of MN Board of Animal Health - AmmoLand Shooting Sports News
Fri, 24 Feb 2017 17:39:42 GMT

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

National Deer Alliance Calls for Immediate Investigation of MN Board of Animal Health
AmmoLand Shooting Sports News
A recent outbreak of chronic wasting disease (CWD) on five captive deer farms is what spurred the article, which sheds light on what appears to be an overly friendly relationship between the agency and its constituents. This is particularly ...


Why Don't We Get Rid of All the Cattle in the Tuberculosis Area? - Bovine Veterinarian
Fri, 24 Feb 2017 16:37:23 GMT

Bovine Veterinarian

Why Don't We Get Rid of All the Cattle in the Tuberculosis Area?
Bovine Veterinarian
The current TB program of evaluating risk on farms, monitoring the movement of animals in and out of the zone, testing herds, buying cattle that react on a test to slaughter and find out if they are infected, is costly. Yet, even with that expense ...