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Chronic wasting disease found at Ohio deer farm - Bucyrus Telegraph Forum
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 22:27:05 GMT

Bucyrus Telegraph Forum

Chronic wasting disease found at Ohio deer farm
Bucyrus Telegraph Forum
Erica Hawkins, spokeswoman for the Ohio Department of Agriculture, said the deer was found at World Class Whitetails in Millersburg. The deer farm has been under quarantine since April 24 because it acquired deer from an operation in Pennsylvania that ...
Pennsylvania reports Chronic Wasting Disease in white-tailed deer, 10th case ...Outbreak News Today
Chronic wasting disease confirmed in Ohio captive deerFarm and Dairy
Deer at Holmes County hunting preserve first to test positive for dreaded ...The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com
The Patriot-News (blog) -Wooster Daily Record -Fox8tv
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Two new CWD-positive white-tailed deer found on two different farms in Wisconsin - fox6now.com
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 16:34:16 GMT

fox6now.com

Two new CWD-positive white-tailed deer found on two different farms in Wisconsin
fox6now.com
MADISON (WITI) — A white-tailed deer from a breeding farm in Richland County has tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) and a third deer on a Marathon County hunting preserve also tested positive, State Veterinarian Dr. Paul McGraw ...
More chronic wasting disease in farm deer, new mountain lion moving east and ...The Patriot-News (blog)
Two new cases of chronic wasting disease found on private land in WisconsinMadison.com
New CWD antemortem test in developmentFeedstuffs
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Massive disease outbreak hits Iowa deer farm - USA TODAY
Thu, 02 Oct 2014 21:31:00 GMT

USA TODAY

Massive disease outbreak hits Iowa deer farm
USA TODAY
INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly 300 white-tailed deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease on an Iowa deer farm, the most infected animals ever found inside a farmer's pens. The news comes as Indiana lawmakers are poised next week to issue ...

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Public hearing on changing deer-farm management is Tuesday in Raleigh - North Carolina Sportsman
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 00:08:30 GMT

North Carolina Sportsman

Public hearing on changing deer-farm management is Tuesday in Raleigh
North Carolina Sportsman
CWD is a fatal disease that has affected captive and wild populations of whitetail deer and elk in a number of states, some as close to North Carolina as Virginia and West Virginia. The Commission has maintained strict control of captive deer herds and ...

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Naze: Door deer council seeing too many whitetails - Green Bay Press Gazette (blog)
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 11:58:36 GMT

Green Bay Press Gazette (blog)

Naze: Door deer council seeing too many whitetails
Green Bay Press Gazette (blog)
But Door County Conservation Congress chairman, avid hunter and large-tract landowner Dick Baudhuin hopes more people consider the big picture when thinking about how many whitetails are enough to have a satisfying hunting or viewing experience. "The ...


Frye: Chronic wasting disease news and hunter trends - Tribune-Review
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 23:27:11 GMT

Frye: Chronic wasting disease news and hunter trends
Tribune-Review
The agriculture department placed World Class Whitetails and 42 other deer farms under quarantine April 24 after it was determined that they had received “approximately 125 deer from operations in Pennsylvania that later tested positive for CWD.” It ...

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2 Kalispell men sentenced in deer poaching case - KRTV Great Falls News
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 19:21:33 GMT

2 Kalispell men sentenced in deer poaching case
KRTV Great Falls News
KALISPELL -- Levi Anderson and Hadyn Johnson of Kalispell were sentenced in Flathead County Justice court recently for poaching 10 whitetail deer in the Farm-to-Market area north of Kalispell in December of 2013. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks said in ...


Whitetail Deer: How To Use Clues to Track the Rut - Outdoor Life Magazine
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 16:07:39 GMT

Whitetail Deer: How To Use Clues to Track the Rut
Outdoor Life Magazine
Whitetails will gather and breed, bucks will relax their prodigious survival instincts, and the odds of seeing and killing deer tip toward hunters. ... Clue: Farmers' combines gobble up fields of corn, soybeans, and other grains, leaving swaths of ...

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Deter deer damage: Eight facts you need to know about deer during the cold ... - Chaffee County Times
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 15:47:47 GMT

Chaffee County Times

Deter deer damage: Eight facts you need to know about deer during the cold ...
Chaffee County Times
About 1.23 million accidents involving deer occurred in the U.S. between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012, and caused more than $4 billion in vehicle damage, insurer State Farm reports. According to a press release, eliminating deer from suburban ...

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In praise of hunting - Salina Post
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 18:30:58 GMT

In praise of hunting
Salina Post
While farming and trading provided them with a great deal of food, it wasn't enough for sustenance. In order to survive, they hunted, ... For example, the white-tailed deer population was a meager half a million 100 years ago. With careful conservation ...