Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Nebraska reports 22 cases of CWD in deer

Nebraska reports 22 cases of CWD in deer

Posted: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says there has been no expansion of chronic wasting disease in the state even though 22 deer tested positive in the November firearm season.

The commission says more than 4,900 deer were tested.

CWD is a disease that can affect deer and elk and is always fatal to the affected animal. Humans have never been known to contract CWD.

The 22 positive tests came in the western half of the state, where the disease had been previously found.

Wildlife disease specialist Bruce Trindle said the prevalence of CWD in deer tested over the past three years has been less than 1%.

CWD has never been detected in the Nebraska wild elk population.

The Official Nebraska Government website banned speaking about CWD a long time ago, after first detecting CWD, and as you can see by there updates, they still do not speak about it freely. ...


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i was a welcomed member for years until this posting.

My last posting before being banned due to discussing CWD in Nebraska ;

posted August 09, 2006 09:17 PM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chronic Wasting Disease 2006 Update Nebraska

Summary of Chronic Wasting Disease in Nebraska Chronic Wasting Disease testing during the 2005 deer hunting season produced 15 positives from 7,381 samples collected. Since testing began in 1997 there have been 65 positive mule deer and 29 positive white-tailed deer, out of 24,849 tested.

The locations of free ranging deer testing positive for the years 2002 - 2005 are shown below.

Captive Elk Herds Positive for CWD in Nebraska

Subject: SCRAPIE and CWD USA UPDATE July 19, 2006 Date: July 19, 2006 at 12:06 pm PST SCRAPIE USA UPDATE MAY 31, 2006

Infected and Source Flocks


AND THAT ENDED THAT. that was my last. ...

Due to a decision by the Commission, public posts to the Outdoor Forum are no longer allowed.

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