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Old June 11th, 2018
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LDWF has lifted the supplemental feeding ban for 3 Parishes in NE Louisiana. They are urging hunters not to feed this hunting season though. Not sure how that will go over. Personally, I would still feed, at least for bow season. I could still kill plenty of deer on my lease during rifle season but bow season would be darn near impossible without feeding. Very few acorns are falling in Oct. and we don't have any Persimmon or Locust.
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Do they make Liquid sugar beet ??
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Which 3 parishes are allowing this?
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The ban was on East Carroll, Madison, and Tensas. The ban has been lifted but they are asking those 3 Parishes to restrain from feeding.
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Isnít it better for inhibiting the spread of the disease to broadcast or spread your corn instead of piling it up? I thought I read somewhere that the transfer of saliva when feeding from piles is what makes it spread so easily.
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Isnít it better for inhibiting the spread of the disease to broadcast or spread your corn instead of piling it up? I thought I read somewhere that the transfer of saliva when feeding from piles is what makes it spread so easily.
I don't know if I'd believe that the only way to transfer saliva from deer to deer is by feeding sites.. Do they really believe that deer only come in contact with one another over feed....
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Is it the only way no, but does it increase and make the odds greater? I believe the answer to that is yes.
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I guess this will fit in this thread without starting another one?

Given how little is still known about the dreaded disease, and the fact that state wildlife agencies have been unable to stop it from spreading, itís high time all scientists look closely at the entire body of CWD research and follow the path that science intended. This involves conducting objective research, fully considering alternative research and collaborating with alternative researchers to better understand CWD.


http://www.deeranddeerhunting.com/ar...asting-disease
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Prions or no prions. Whatever the method of transportation for this disease ends up being. 90% is pretty strong win favoriting the prion theory. With that no matter the way it is transferred I'm sure it's undisbuted that CWD is contagious. With anything contagious your worse outbreaks usually occur in the highest population per area.
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I don't know if I'd believe that the only way to transfer saliva from deer to deer is by feeding sites.. Do they really believe that deer only come in contact with one another over feed....
I read what has be typed here multiple times and have yet to find anywhere where anyone said ďthe only way to transfer saliva from deer to deer is by feeding sitesĒ
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