Ohio DNR's Plan to Address CWD on Non-Hunting Properties: Their Response

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  • Mike's avatar

    What part of the state does cwd seem to be the worse?

  • TW's avatar

    @Mike in my opinion no part of the state. But they are going hard after the counties around Killdeer Plains after they allegedly found it there.

  • Terry's avatar

    CWD....cui bono?.....not the hunters that's for sure....the herd management has been piss poor for a while.

  • David's avatar

    Looks like a blanket response letter to me

  • Darren's avatar

    Just like everything else, there doesn’t seem to be any clear answers or solutions. Trusting the science is never that simple. The Michigan DNR’s answer to saving the deer from CWD is to kill ALL of the deer🤷🏻‍♂️ It’s basically a free for all up here. Hope it helps but my guess is it will have similar results as the covid lockdowns😅

  • TW's avatar

    @Darren maybe that’s where Mike Tonkovich the Ohio Deer biologist got his strategy from.

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