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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 09:16 PM   #1
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  Feb 2013
  Markleville IN
I have never read such utter crap in my life

I only posted the intro to this so called kindergarten research, please read the full thing, it is utterly laughable

why would any university put their name to this much less put it on paper?

And what is wrong with PA. they do not allow the use of urine lures in the DMA's????????? that's about as retarded as this paper. If they think CWD is in urine, why do they not ban it in "NON" DMA areas?????? They know that cannot prove it!!!!


And where did I find this? none other than Ryan Sabalow's facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/ryan.sabalow?fref=ts




http://www.millersville.edu/biology/...e%20Poster.pdf


INTRODUCTION

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is designated as a “dangerous transmissible disease” believed to be caused by prions, which are transmitted via bodily fluids of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus). There are no known treatments for CWD infections and the spread of this disease has a potentially severe detrimental impact on wild and captive white-tailed deer. Pennsylvania detected the first positive test for chronic wasting disease in a captive held whitetail deer in the summer of 2012. Since the identification of a pen-raised white-tailed deer infected with CWD was found in Pennsylvania, a Disease Management Area (DMA) was established around the area where the infected deer was located in Adams and York Counties. The Pennsylvania Game Commission established the DMA due to concerns that CWD may spread to wild white-tailed deer herd populations in Pennsylvania. An executive order given by the Pennsylvania Game Commission established several restrictions within the DMA, one of which is the prohibition of the possession and of urine-based deer lures within the DMA. Urine-based deer lures are used by white-tailed deer hunters to attract deer into designated areas for harvest. It is estimated that from 10-40% of Pennsylvania hunters have been using white-tailed urine-based deer lures to hunt deer. At the same time commercial lures to attract white–tailed deer have become readily available to consumers at common retail sporting goods stores. However, urine-based deer lures have been known to be collected from domestic white-tailed deer herds, with the potential of an animal infected with CWD residing within these domestic herds. This can lead to the risk of urine-based deer lures containing prions that may cause CWD to be spread to wild populations of white-tailed deer via hunter use. Thus, the use of urine-based deer lures is prohibited within the DMA. Due to this risk, the Pennsylvania Game Commission contacted Millersville University to try and determine whether urine-based deer lures can be identified in the field using chemical forensic tests. The objective of this study was to determine if there are reliable field based tests to enforce the current prohibition of urine-based deer lures in the DMA, and as part of the consideration for expanding that prohibition to all of Pennsylvania as part of a CWD prevention strategy. We used the following forensics test kits to test for the presence of urine-based deer lures: Nite-siteTM luminol kit (detects blood in urine), Uritrace (detects human urine) and Urine Stain Ultraviolet Light (used to detect cat and dog urine). Our null hypothesis states that none of the 3 forensics tests will be able to detect the presence of urine-based deer lures.
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Old Apr 24th 2014, 03:53 AM   #2
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I sat through a meeting last night the state discussed our new rules about cwd and he kept saying how infectious cwd is. He kept saying its soooo infectious. My question was so the deer that was tested positive for cwd it was in a pen with other deer they licked each other,laid in each other's crap and urine infested field and ate from the same feeder. So all the other deer should have cwd Right? Cause its so infectious Right? We'll no he stuttered it might take a while.... I call bull$hit!!!
 
Old Apr 24th 2014, 05:25 AM   #3
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  Feb 2013
  Markleville IN
You ask why the deer died.

Was it sick?

If it's soooo contagious and deadly it should have died from the disease and all others should have tested positive!!!!
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Old Apr 24th 2014, 11:17 AM   #4
 
  Apr 2009
  Williamsport, PA
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I sat through a meeting last night the state discussed our new rules about cwd and he kept saying how infectious cwd is. He kept saying its soooo infectious. My question was so the deer that was tested positive for cwd it was in a pen with other deer they licked each other,laid in each other's crap and urine infested field and ate from the same feeder. So all the other deer should have cwd Right? Cause its so infectious Right? We'll no he stuttered it might take a while.... I call bull$hit!!!




Ryan,


* Was this your regional meeting for the Dept of Ag's new quarantine order?
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Old Apr 24th 2014, 12:21 PM   #5
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  Apr 2014
  Greensburg, IN
"CWD transmitted via bodily fluids"??? A university printing this???Show the scientific proof it is transmitted through body fluids!!!BEWARE!!! This is an attempt at segwaying into destroying our semen markets. Thanks Ryan for attending this meeting and speaking up. We need more people like you seeking out meetings like this and standing on these guys necks and championing our perspective because on here we preach to the choir. A champion is not soggy. They go for the stuttering throat. Good Job!
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