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Discussion in 'Outdoors' started by Lreaves74, Feb 9, 2018.
MDWFP - Chronic Wasting Disease confirmed in a Mississippi White-tailed Deer
Probably the worst news ever for deer and hunters in Ms.
My camp is in the bullseye on the map that MDWF published
Well, that’s perfectly horrible.
Isn't that the area where they caught that group that had smuggled deer from infected areas from out of state herds???
No that was in Forrest I believe
I looked it up it was in Forrest county near Hattiesburg
Oh.ok .I think that's good.
Good information. Thanks for posting @Lreaves74
Food plots as well. Find and destroy crow roosts.
Appears that MDWFP has banned supplemental feeding on the closest six counties....why crow roosts?
Thanks...good info. I'm guessing we are going to need a separate forum category for CWD info real soon for articles/public info like that.
Well it,s bad. Only good thing that I can think of is that the MDWFP will know how to deal with it since other states have been having outbreaks for years.
Another disease carrier of disease in mammals is the various types of ticks. I let a friend skin a deer back in November on my skinning rack. That deer a doe, had more ticks than I had ever seen on a deer, I was an avid bowhunter back in the 70s and 80s and this was worse than early October killed deer.
The last 3 deer I got in January still had a bunch if ticks on them too.
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Annual flooding is right around the corner,that may help cull infected animals.
Ours is in the 10 mile high risk area
It was just a matter of time, bald eagles are scavengers too, I’ve seen them eating car killed deer on I55.
If it spreads it won’t be crows alone,, my gosh!
If you have to pour corn on the ground to kill a deer in MS, IMO, you ain't much of a hunter. Yet everyone says it want hurt anything. Well, the chickens are coming home to roost.