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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7400563
11/09/21 12:00 PM
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Looks like the gas station in Houston, MN. I was pretty disappointed when I went to get my buck tested (mandatory here in SE MN) to see a couple guys show up and just pull a couple of capes out of the back of the truck. I realize the carcass isn't suppose to leave the area but as far as I'm concerned you should either be prepared to butcher on the spot or have prior arrangements for a storage if your going to come down here and hunt. I know for the last few years the DNR would allow you to store your deer in their cooler or at least donate your venison. This is just wanton waste in my opinion.

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7400578
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If they test positive I dont want them either . No Brainer


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: 330-Trapper] #7400653
11/09/21 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
The test results Takes 10 days not 3 to 4 weeks.

Regardless, it's ecological biohazard and should be Burned.

If you pay the expedited fee, sure, you can get results in 10 days. My deer I killed in Wyoming this year they told ne to freeze for 3 weeks til results are back, or I could pay to have results in 10-14 days. Straight from their mouths. Still doesn't answer the question of how many people have the room to store deer for anywhere between 10 days and 3 weeks just to be told to dispose of it if it tests positive.


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7400771
11/09/21 05:43 PM
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There's a lot of good meat going to waste right there. It paints hunting in a horrible picture. I thought that was going to be in SE MN. I heard CWD is in that area. I'd quit hunting if I was going to just shoot them and leave them rot.

So this is going to bring up a touchy subject and that's when someone wounds a deer and spends hours and hours trying to find it a lot of folks on here jump on them for it. Nobody sets out for that to happen but it does, let's be realistic. I'd take that guy making an effort to recover his deer over any of those guys who are out thrill killing and putting them in a dumpster.

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7400802
11/09/21 06:34 PM
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I have never read where there has been a case transmitted to humans anyone heard anything different.

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7400824
11/09/21 07:17 PM
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Is killing deer to throw them away, any different then trapping worthless fur that brings a couple dollars?


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: MJM] #7400826
11/09/21 07:22 PM
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I don't feel herd reduction or management is the issue in what we see. How to go about properly disposal to me is the issue. Removing positive animals and reducing the herd are probably the best options available at this time, but as stated above the vast majority of non hunters don't look at managing a deer herd they see a pile of carcasses and that picture sticks in their minds for a long, long time. Evidently harvesters are doing as they are supposed to be doing.

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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: Badger23] #7400833
11/09/21 07:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Badger23
There's a lot of good meat going to waste right there.


As compared to the WI solution which was to…let CWD run rampant? No wasted animals in that scenario.

bblwi is completely right, this is a disposal issue and not a management issue.


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: sneaky] #7400874
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Originally Posted by sneaky
Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
The test results Takes 10 days not 3 to 4 weeks.

Regardless, it's ecological biohazard and should be Burned.

If you pay the expedited fee, sure, you can get results in 10 days. My deer I killed in Wyoming this year they told ne to freeze for 3 weeks til results are back, or I could pay to have results in 10-14 days. Straight from their mouths. Still doesn't answer the question of how many people have the room to store deer for anywhere between 10 days and 3 weeks just to be told to dispose of it if it tests positive.


I would hope that most people making the effort to hunt deer would have the room to store the processed venison once they get one. Sure it would suck to have to dispose of it in the unlikely case it tests positive, but you need somewhere to store it anyway if it tests negative.

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7400883
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As I remember quite vividly when it first came about here the DNR gave out 4 tags a day and the season ran for a long time in those units which were right above where I live. I also used to hunt in Richland county and in the Muscoda area on public ground. You couldn't find a deer to shoot in those areas because everyone was shooting them all with the unlimited tags. I quit going up there as there's no point in wasting time and gas to not see anything. Never mind there are thousands of acres of private ground that no one can hunt or only a few deer will be taken off of in a years time. Face the facts once it's there it going to be there.To say the WI DNR didn't do anything when this first started here would be flat out wrong.

I really don't think some of you comprehend that most ground is privately owned and you can't just go in there and start shooting deer because you want to. It doesn't work that way. CWD isn't going anywhere.
BTW way did any of you click on that link I posted earlier in this thread or look at where CWD can be present?

https://www.hunttalk.com/threads/wh...ears-of-direct-involvement.294614/page-5


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7402342
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This thread died quick when I posted those links.

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7454028
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Brought this back up for the Alabama CWD thread. Read the links for information. Sorry guys the prions are in the soil. Killing all your deer isn't going to work, CWD will still be there.

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: danvee] #7454086
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Originally Posted by danvee
I have never read where there has been a case transmitted to humans anyone heard anything different.


I believe in early November of 2020 a nationwide test showed approximately 81 million cases were “supposedly” accounted for. Hard to say though, many of the test results mysteriously vanished. Lol


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: MJM] #7454179
01/08/22 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by MJM
Is killing deer to throw them away, any different then trapping worthless fur that brings a couple dollars?


If CWD greatly decreases deer harvest and thus we have deer all over the place like rats you'll see one of the greatest ecological disasters ever

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: Dirty D] #7454221
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Originally Posted by Dirty D
If CWD greatly decreases deer harvest and thus we have deer all over the place like rats you'll see one of the greatest ecological disasters ever

That may hold water if CWD didn't kill deer. I have spoke to some people here that say in some areas you could find a lot of dead deer and by the time the season opened you could not find a live one. Mother nature can kill off more faster than man. Do you think they try to stop the spread because it increases the deer population?

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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: MJM] #7454234
01/08/22 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by MJM
Is killing deer to throw them away, any different then trapping worthless fur that brings a couple dollars?

Yes, no matter the dollar amount for the fur it IS getting used.
Just because you don't get what you want doesn't make it used as a jacket etc.. any different.


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7454322
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That’s a lot of coyote bait.

Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: rvsask] #7454436
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^ that’s what I see


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7454483
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I am a couple miles east of the CWD line
i have to bone out deer to take them west in this last season we took 3 deer . total deer through whole season was 11 All processed now but it was a real ***** for sure


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Re: Mn DNR at its finest [Re: dustytinner] #7454804
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Sorry, I need more context than a couple pics. I once was stoped by a DNR cop saw my deer while he watched for them from overpass watching for just that. Unknown to me where I was hunting was a covid state. I was coming home to Indiana he said I could not take the deer across state line he would have to confiscate it. I asked what would happen to the deer. He told me they have a spot to put them and a DNR employee will pick them up. While he had me pulled over another truck drove past he told me to stay he will be right back, he went and stoped the other truck, presumably to do the same thing. I don't know how many he got that day but if it was his job for the day I bet it was several he had to have somewhere to put them while doing his job. I'm guessing this is what the pic is. No reason I can see for that many deer to be dropped in one place. No other trash just deer carcasses. Naaa something ain't right about those pics.


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