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Money, Power, and Deer Urine - The New Yorker
Mon, 18 Sep 2017 09:00:47 GMT

The New Yorker

Money, Power, and Deer Urine
The New Yorker
Lapp, along with the deer-farming industry as a whole, is facing a crisis in the form of chronic wasting disease, a plague that attacks white-tailed deer, elk, moose, reindeer, and other members of the cervid family. C.W.D., like mad-cow disease, is ...


States debate urine-based deer attractant - goHUNT.com (registration) (blog)
Tue, 19 Sep 2017 17:39:02 GMT

goHUNT.com (registration) (blog)

States debate urine-based deer attractant
goHUNT.com (registration) (blog)
As goHUNT has previously reported, CWD has infiltrated Pennsylvania and officials have had to recently euthanize both an elk and a whitetail deer in an attempt to keep CWD away from healthy animals. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the fatal ...

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Use of deer-attractant scents growing more controversial - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Sun, 17 Sep 2017 04:01:32 GMT

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Use of deer-attractant scents growing more controversial
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Chronic wasting disease, similar to bovine mad cow disease, is a disorder caused by altered proteins called prions that are found in the nervous system tissue and lymph nodes of infected mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk and moose. The animals can ...

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What hunters can to do combat CWD (column) - York Daily Record/Sunday News
Mon, 18 Sep 2017 21:42:00 GMT

York Daily Record/Sunday News

What hunters can to do combat CWD (column)
York Daily Record/Sunday News
CWD was first detected on a captive Adams County deer farm in 2012. The Pennsylvania Game Commission subsequently established Disease Management Areas in an attempt to quarantine the disease. DMA1 included Adams County. DMA2 encompasses ...


Mississippi deer linked to CWD-positive facility - Jackson Clarion Ledger
Fri, 15 Sep 2017 18:18:14 GMT

Jackson Clarion Ledger

Mississippi deer linked to CWD-positive facility
Jackson Clarion Ledger
Two Louisiana men have been charged with illegally importing live white-tailed deer into Mississippi and according to authorities, some of the deer came from a facility that has tested positive for chronic wasting disease. Acting United States Attorney ...


America is losing the pumpkin wars - The Week Magazine
Tue, 19 Sep 2017 18:10:00 GMT

America is losing the pumpkin wars
The Week Magazine
America is floundering in its intense rivalry with Europe to grow the biggest pumpkin in the world, Smithsonian reports. While the orange fruit is a New World native, farmers in Belgium, Switzerland, and Britain are approaching the benchmark of growing ...

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Capitalizing on natural resources can boost income - High Plains Journal
Mon, 18 Sep 2017 13:06:59 GMT

High Plains Journal

Capitalizing on natural resources can boost income
High Plains Journal
So it makes sense that farmers and ranchers traditionally have welcomed upland game and deer hunters, and they have an opportunity to take advantage of added income, to boot. Attorney Roger McEowen said in rural states, much of the prime .... As a ...


Hunters, government, industry at odds over deer urine - ABC News - ABC News
Sun, 03 Sep 2017 12:46:45 GMT

The News Tribune

Hunters, government, industry at odds over deer urine - ABC News
ABC News
A pair of hunters hunt for deer on Penn State University farm land in State College, Pa., Dec. 8, 2008. New York wildlife managers tasked with curbing the spread ...
Hunters, government, industry at odds over deer urineThe News Tribune
Ban on Deer Urine Could Be Next for NY StateNewser

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The Farm - Buckmasters Online
Thu, 14 Sep 2017 12:12:40 GMT

The Farm
Buckmasters Online
Back then, the deer weren't as plentiful as they are now. It was on that farm that Dad shot his one and only white-tailed buck — a fat little 4-pointer. I was there at his side, and I'll never forget my first lesson in field-dressing an animal bigger ...


Deer Farm Herd Tests Positive for CWD - Lancaster Farming
Thu, 24 Aug 2017 13:17:52 GMT

Deer Farm Herd Tests Positive for CWD
Lancaster Farming
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has announced that 27 deer from a Bedford County deer farm have tested positive for chronic wasting disease. The department quarantined the herd on Feb. 16 after a white-tailed deer on the farm died. The deer ...