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Dr. James Kroll To Speak In Chatfield On cwd

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Details are somewhat incomplete at this point.  What's known so far is that this is a non-DNR sponsored event.  The event is being moderated by North American Whitetail.  Q&A will take place and questions will not be screened prior to asking.  The topic will be something to the tune of addressing the facts and fiction of CWD. 

 

I'll post more if I can get my hands on it.  For now, February 8th, Chatfield.  Don't know any more beyond that. 

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Google the guy.  His life has been spent with the deer farming and high fence private hunting for released deer in Texas.  He was hired by Wisconsin and his report got at least one negative review.   He seems to think that CWD is not even a disease.... based on an article he wrote for the Texas Trophy Hunters newsletter. 

 

And he thinks it really isn't a problem since it takes a long time to show up and kill infected animals.  

 

  I was unable to find any scholarly peer reviewed publications by him. 

 

Anyway, google him.   And check out Wisconsin. 

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/cwdplan.html

 

This is a link to his report as "deer trustee" for Wisconsin in 2012

 

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifeHabitat/trustee.html

 

 

Make up your mind.   Do your own reading of the scientific literature.  

 

 

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It's interesting more from the standpoint that he'll likely refute some parts of the DNR's response plan.  It's prudent to question his motives just as much as it's prudent to question the DNR.  Going to be quite the social experiment to see how this gets handled down there. 

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8 hours ago, Paradice said:

It's interesting more from the standpoint that he'll likely refute some parts of the DNR's response plan.  It's prudent to question his motives just as much as it's prudent to question the DNR.  Going to be quite the social experiment to see how this gets handled down there. 

 

I am not sure that "refute" is the right word, but he will muddy the waters I bet.  

 

I am thinking that deer farms and their trophy "hunting" buddies are the main vector bringing CWD to new areas.  

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5 minutes ago, delcecchi said:

 

I am not sure that "refute" is the right word, but he will muddy the waters I bet.  

 

I am thinking that deer farms and their trophy "hunting" buddies are the main vector bringing CWD to new areas.  

And thus the ones bringing him to the state to muddy said waters. 

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5 minutes ago, PurpleFloyd said:

And thus the ones bringing him to the state to muddy said waters. 

 

Or, since he seems to be one of those "self-promoter" consultant types, he could have offered his services in hopes of drumming up business.   It sure worked for him in Wisconsin.     

 

He does seem to have an orientation that is favorable to the deer breeding and farming business.

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23 minutes ago, Paradice said:

Page 36 of the MN ODN mentions the meeting, no time though. 

 

Potter Auditorium

Chatfield

Feb 8

 

 

It's at 7:00 PM.

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