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Old Oct 1st 2013, 02:48 PM   #1
  Mar 2009
  Blairstown, LA
This study suggests rogue prions can occur in corn, tomatos, and alfalfa

Does this mean farmers will have to test all plants that die on their farms? I see border closings on alfalfa coming.
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Old Oct 1st 2013, 03:20 PM   #2
  Apr 2009
  Alabaster, Alabama
Hey stranger! Glad your back!
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Old Oct 1st 2013, 03:47 PM   #3
  Jul 2012
  Russellville, KY
Hey Scott, Glad to see your back!
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Old Oct 1st 2013, 05:29 PM   #4
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  Deer Park, Alabama

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Agree 100%. It is nice to see Scott back here!
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Old Oct 1st 2013, 05:42 PM   #5
  Apr 2009
I've read some studies on prions, and a lot of the science says that the prions bond well with soil. If this is correct then, shouldn't the wild life agencies and the rest of the anti's take a hard look at sod? Grass sod is sold across state lines every day! Not trying to pic, pry or hurt anyone, but seems to me that cwd is been blown so far out of proportion that we will have to just stay in our homes and hope the cwd sky doesn't fall down on us! (lol)
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Old Oct 1st 2013, 06:18 PM   #6
  Jun 2013
  Oxford FL
I agree it's a political disease !!!!!!!!!!! Buck lure and doe pee is sold all around the country has it been tested? Where does it stop?????????? It seems to only stop at the point of satisfaction of the people pushing the issue.
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