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Old Oct 24th 2014, 08:54 AM   #1
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Old Oct 24th 2014, 01:58 PM   #2
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No doesn't sound like it.
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Old Oct 24th 2014, 06:36 PM   #3
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Ryan Sabalow is going to have a hay day with this. We have been fussing with him on his Facebook page tonight.
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Old Oct 25th 2014, 03:22 AM   #4
 
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  Waveland, Misissippi


I hope you burn his ass up for misleading the people he lured into the reason he wanted to do a article and then do a 360 on them and the industry.* he does not adhere to any for of ethics in journalism from what I have seen of this kid.
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Old Oct 25th 2014, 01:33 PM   #5
 
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http://www.dispatch.com/content/stor...d_in_Ohio.html
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Old Oct 25th 2014, 05:51 PM   #6
 
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According to this, *Ohio is only testing around 1/1000 deer in the wild. * That is 1/10th of 1% [.1%]. *And they are comfortable with this number?


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(35,35,35);Georgia;38pxDeer wasting disease not found in Ohio
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Georgia; 666666By Dave Golowenski
Georgia;(102,102,102)For The Columbus Dispatch *•* 12px;TahomaSunday June 15, 2014 5:50 AM
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15px;Georgia;(35,35,35)Among Ohio’s neighboring states, only West Virginia and Pennsylvania have confirmed chronic wasting disease in the wild population of whitetail deer.
15px;Georgia;(35,35,35)The strange malady that destroys the brain and nervous system of deer and other cervids, including moose and elk, has yet to turn up in Ohio, though it’s widespread in Rocky Mountain states and in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
15px;Georgia;(35,35,35) Results of testing on 753 road-killed deer between September 2013 and March showed no evidence of CWD, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Department of Agriculture announced in a joint statement last week. Tests were done at the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory in Reynoldsburg.
15px;Georgia;(35,35,35)Also tested were 88 hunter-killed bucks. Nine deer with symptoms consistent with CWD proved negative for the disease. No evidence suggests that the disease can be transferred to humans.
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15px;Georgia;(35,35,35) Times;35px;(34,34,34)Ohio's Deer Population Tops 700,000: Finding Solutions To Deer Damage
;(70,70,70)Posted: May 30, 2012 10:38 PM CDT
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19px;;(35,35,35)2013-2014 Ohio Deer Harvest Numbers Way Down:
19px;;(35,35,35)Hunters Killed only 191,000 Deer This Season
;(102,102,102)Deer harvest numbers for the 2013-2014 whitetail deer seasons combined for 191,459 deer killed throughout Ohio’s 88 counties.* This number is almost 15% lower than the 218,910 from 2012-2013. The numbers have been on a steady decline the past several years with 219,698 in 2011-2012, and 239,379 in 2010-2011.
;(102,102,102)The ODNR claims that this is all going according to their plan and that the numbers reflect a deer population coming down to their “target” levels.* They claim that the goal of their deer management program is to maximize recreational hunting activities while minimizing conflicts with landowners and motorists.
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16px;;(68,68,68) b45f07Ohio Data:* round 640,000 deer in 2014, Ohio issued fewer deer permits and no antlerless deer permits in some areas to help the herd rebound. Ohio deer population estimated at 700,000 to 750,000, prior to hunting season in 2013 and 2012. *About 515,000 resident deer hunters. *Although ODNR no longer makes a formal estimate, they agree that the deer population has declined into 2014 as a result of a hard winter, following a general decline since about 2008. *Coyote predation is also becoming an issue. *About 800,000 deer in 2001. Hunters requested reduced bag limits after the Ohio deer harvest fell by 12.5% in 2013. *Down about 27% from 2009. Ohio Department of Transportation picked up 15,000 deer from roads in 2011, compared to 18,000 in 2010. The Ohio Division of Wildlife's goal is to reduce deer populations in counties above population targets. *The state has been testing for chronic wasting disease since 2002, no positive cases so far.
16px;;(68,68,68)* * * White-tail deer were plentiful when Ohio became a state in 1803, but were nearly wiped out by the early 1900's as a result of uncontrolled hunting and clearing of forests for farmland. * They were declared extinct in the state in 1909. *Deer hunting became illegal to preserve the herd. *After restocking and conservation efforts, hunting resumed in 1943 when 164 bucks were killed. *By the early 1990's, the herd was thought to be too large so hunting limits were increased, resulting in "fewer deer than we thought" by 1997 when hunting limits were reduced. *The herd expanded into the early 2000's. *Restrictions were lifted again beginning in 2007. *In 2014 the state moved to a more county based management.
16px;;(68,68,68)* * *Coyotes first arrived in 1919. *The last elk in Ohio was reportedly killed in 1840 in Ashtabula County.
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Old Oct 31st 2014, 05:30 AM   #7
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How many deer have they tested from free range harvest in the past 10 years in the state of Ohio vs farms, just curious as it always seems they wait until it is found on a farm before they test in the wild, that makes it easy to blame farms. Or they test very few like .0005% of harvested deer
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Old Oct 31st 2014, 08:46 AM   #8
 
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15px;Georgia;(35,35,35) Results of testing on 753 road-killed deer between September 2013 and March showed no evidence of CWD, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Department of Agriculture announced in a joint statement last week. Tests were done at the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory in Reynoldsburg.
15px;Georgia;(35,35,35) lso tested were 88 hunter-killed bucks. Nine deer with symptoms consistent with CWD proved negative for the disease. No evidence suggests that the disease can be transferred to humans.
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Old Nov 5th 2014, 04:53 AM   #9
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Anybody know what other states import restrictions are yet?
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Old Nov 5th 2014, 06:18 AM   #10
 
  Jul 2012
  Russellville, KY


Kentucky not accepting anything from Ohio. Only leaves Indiana for them.
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Old Nov 5th 2014, 04:21 PM   #11
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Wisconsin will accept deer from Ohio if they are at least 5 years CWD and TB accredited.
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Old Nov 6th 2014, 02:33 AM   #12
 
  Apr 2009
  Fort Wayne, Ind

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I'm sure Indiana cant take any deer from a state that had cwd
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Old Nov 6th 2014, 06:24 PM   #13
 
  Aug 2012
  Waynesville, Ohio
CWD Update-State debating on killing all Deer at - OhioSportsman.com

http://www.ohiosportsman.com/forum/o...ling-deer.html
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Old Nov 6th 2014, 06:25 PM   #14
 
  Aug 2012
  Waynesville, Ohio
Gotta read through this just freaking ignorance at every post!
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Old Dec 27th 2014, 05:52 AM   #15
 
  Aug 2012
  morrow county


* it very funny to me that a cwd deer came from pa farm that had to be In cwd program for 5 years and it had cwd.all the ads for selling deer states 5+years in cwd program so you think they in good health.so what good does that do to have the 5 year STATUS?none if a deer in pa came from a 5 year plus farm.


* in my opinion no deer should come across state lines that had a positive cwd deer as pa did.there is only one way to keep cwd out of ohio and that is to close borders from all other states.


* I have hunters tell me that ohio has cwd now because of ohio*deer farms-which is just not true it came from a pa farm with 5 or more years in the cwd program.so what good does the program do?just takes money from the deer farmers.


* what I getting at is how can this deer from pa have cwd coming from a farm with the STATUS?i think the 5 year STATUS is a joke and a way for states to gain momey from us.so all you 5 plus years STATUS farms who state well I have 5 year STATUS and my deer are CWD free you don't know if they are until its dead and tested.in ohio the cwd program is putting another tag in its ear and testing when deer dies...i want someone to tell me how that little tag keeps*our deer from getting cwd?it doesn't.it only a paper trail to track animals.so all you big 5 plus years STATUS guys can cry but your STATUS does not make your deer better or healthier.


** so blast me if you like but it is what is is and a cwd infected deer came from a 5 year plus farm.


* now how it have been if a farm with no STATUS had a cwd infected deer?i will tell how it would have been,the 5 year STATUS guys would be calling to chop all movement of deer unless it had 5 year STATUS and was in a cwd program.but isn't that where the infected deer came from?how do you defend that?
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