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    Just heard that Mississippi #4 case has all but been confirmed . With any luck maybe feeding will become a thing of the past .
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    Also these horn restrictions, bag limits will need to be eased.. The herd needs to be kept apart, and thinned..

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    I do not see supplement feeding as the issue, if it were these hi fence operations would not have a deer left.
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    According to the biologist I talked, it is a big issue..Supposed to be spread by saliva,blood, ECT..Get allot of deer coming to a corn pile, and they can infect each other..

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    It also takes a long time to show up...mostly in older deer..

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    I doubt the "high fence" operations will say anything negative....They make their money on these deer...Bad publicity will hurt their business. Everyone needs to turn in samples for testing...We only had two turned in on the last day at the Troy check point..My doe checked clear..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightShadow10 View Post
    It also takes a long time to show up...mostly in older deer..
    The last two deer to test positive were 1 1/2 years old.

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    According to this biologist, CWD will be more lethal, and show up more in 3.5 yr. Olds..The deer I checked was 2 yr. Old, and clear..He said they needed more samples..Check in anything you can...

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    If feeding restrictions are part of the solution to the problem (once infected deer are found ) why feed anywhere ? Not a problem ?why stop ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FurFlyin View Post
    The last two deer to test positive were 1 1/2 years old.
    Tested positive, no signs of the disease. One of the wild life commissioners told me that a young deer most likely contracted it from the doe that bore it.
    If I kill one it will be tested for sure but I don't think this is a new developement to our state, been here a while.
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