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ANYFISH2

Cwd in Crow Wing Cty.

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ANYFISH2

Well, great!:mad:

2 farm Raised deer were found to have CWD. I can only imagine changes are a coming for this area.

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Wanderer

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Getting kind of tired of hearing about these discoveries at deer farms...

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ANYFISH2

Yeah, Me too.  I live only a few miles from Autumn Antlers,  I can only hope it stays clean.

I really believe it is in the soil, always has been.  Just, Now we are looking for it.

 

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On 12/31/2016 at 10:12 PM, ANYFISH2 said:

Yeah, Me too.  I live only a few miles from Autumn Antlers,  I can only hope it stays clean.

I really believe it is in the soil, always has been.  Just, Now we are looking for it.

 

Pshaw.  It comes with animals from other deer farms, or out of state.   

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ANYFISH2

Pshaw, sorry, I am not sure what reaction that is?

 

Do you really believe that deer farms are the only source?  I Do not like Deer farms either, btw.

 

How do farm raised deer get it?  Not sure anyone really knows.

 

Is this prion naturally occurring?  

 

This prion was discovered in the early 60'(in Colorado), where and why did it originate?

 

Is this protein, a mutation?  Are humans use of chemicals or animal/human antibiotics responsible?

 

Lots of questions with this particular disease,  just deer farms to blame seems to convenient by it's self.

 

I do truly believe it is naturally occurring, with outbreaks and absence.

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