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Animal Advocacy Something Hunting Industry Doesn't want You to Know

Discussion in 'Animal Rights & Advocacy' started by Editorialist, Jan 10, 2019.

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  1. Editorialist

    Editorialist Star Member

    BLOG POST OF THE WEEK FROM ORGANIC CONSUMER'S ASSOCIATION

    Oh, Deer!

    If you live in an urban area, should you be concerned about the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in U.S. deer herds?

    CWD has caused hundreds of captive deer to be euthanized on commercial deer farms in Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Pennsylvania. The disease has also spread to non-captive (wild) deer herds.

    CWD hasn’t been widely publicized. So it’s no surprise that many people, whether they live in rural or urban areas, are unaware of the issue. But among those urban dwellers who are aware, there’s often little concern—because most people think CWD affects only rural areas, namely hunters and Departments of Natural Resources (DNRs) that depend on hunting licenses for revenue.

    In fact, recent scientific reports suggest that whether you live in the city, the suburbs or the country, you should be concerned about CWD—and you should take precautions.

    Read ‘Deer Disease Poses Risk to General Public, Not Just Hunters’

    Link to Read Entire Article:

    https://www.organicconsumers.org/blog/deer-disease-public-risk
     
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