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posted on Sep, 15 2003 @ 11:57 PM
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Damn! This is not good news for hunters....

Hunters in many states have been warned not to eat deer or elk meat, since it can be contaminated with chronic wasting disease (CWD), a version of Mad Cow Disease, which can be transferred to humans who eat the meat. Mad Cow was spread by farmers grinding up cow bones and feeding them to cattle, but how does CWD spread in wild animals? The answer may be that prions stay alive in the dirt.
Prions are the infectious proteins that spread the disease and researchers have found that they're more likely to live some types of soil than in others, which may be why some areas of the country are affected, while others aren't. CWD was first detected in deer and elk in Colorado and Wyoming in the 1980s, and in Wisconsin in 2002.

www.unknowncountry.com...




posted on Sep, 19 2003 @ 01:41 AM
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Dragon......Could it be that ''they'' do not want anyone to go out hunting for their own meat?

A few years back here in Australia there was a similar outbreak of some 'disease' in wild animals........My dad goes hunting for goats and deer and never has been sick or caught any sort of disease from wild animals.......

helen...

Could it be that ''we are made '' to feel that we only should trust in what is for sale in the shops ?



posted on Sep, 19 2003 @ 07:08 AM
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helen670,

agreed it is partly that and to really freak you out consider,

satanists believe that when a person or animal is sacrificed they can obtain spirit energy.

well guess what happens next?

mass culling of wild game as sacrifice to their dark god?



posted on Nov, 20 2003 @ 10:13 AM
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Originally posted by helen670
Dragon......Could it be that ''they'' do not want anyone to go out hunting for their own meat?

A few years back here in Australia there was a similar outbreak of some 'disease' in wild animals........My dad goes hunting for goats and deer and never has been sick or caught any sort of disease from wild animals.......

helen...

Could it be that ''we are made '' to feel that we only should trust in what is for sale in the shops ?


Same here, every year my family goes hunting together, and brings back at least one deer per year, and the meat is consumed. My Dad has been doing this for over 30 years, and he's never become sick from eating the meat, nor have any of us.

It's an interesting article, but personally I'm more worried about the meat availible in shops, pumped full of homrones and crap.





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