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Beaver State Podcast
Beaver State Podcast: Chronic Wasting Disease with Dr. Colin Gillin

Beaver State Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 66:00


Chronic Wasting Disease affects members of the Cervid family such as deer, elk and moose. It is an always fatal, infectious disease caused by a protein called a prion. It is spread by nose-to-nose contact between animals and through urine, feces, blood and saliva. CWD has never been detected in Oregon even through ODFW has tested more than 24,000 deer and elk for the disease over the last 20 years. But CWD has now been detected in Idaho near the Oregon border, and that's a game changer. ODFW's Chief Veterinarian, Colin Gillin walks us through the history of the disease and where stand in the fight against CWD. 

Indigenous Vision
70. Chronic Wasting Disease

Indigenous Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 27:14


IVPodcast Ep. 70 | Chronic Wasting Disease Souta and a small team of people with working dogs have been visiting various sampling sites searching for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) and environmental stressors on The Blackfeet Nation. Together they scan creeks, rivers, and other areas for mink and otter scat that will be lab tested for heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, covid-19, and flame retardants. Once results are received, data is mapped out to ensure the community living in these areas are aware of the potential dangers of using and consuming sacred plants for medicine and other uses. Learn more about what can be done about CWD. Submit a report here: https://www.indigenousvision.org/submitreport/ Information on Blackfeet Nation Fish and Wildlife for sampling. Call Joe about CWD: 406.338.7207 Cultural Humility Training January 2023: https://www.indigenousvision.org/culturalhumility/032022-10hr/ MMIW Warriors: www.indigenousvision.org/mmiwarriors/ Self Defense Class: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQL…ZmnZDG2w/viewform Learn about here: www.indigenousvision.org/ Follow Souta: @lastwarcry on TikTok Indigenous Vision on IG: @indigenousvisionmedia The IV Podcast is hosted by Indigenous Vision's Executive Director Souta Calling Last (Blackfoot) and produced by co-host Melissa Spence (Anishinaabe).

The Backyard Naturalists
Chronic Wasting Disease

The Backyard Naturalists

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 30:30


Welcome to The Backyard Naturalists, the show about anything and everything connected with nature.     According to the Centers for Disease Control, Chronic Wasting Disease (Zombie Deer Disease), “is a prion disease that affects deer, elk, reindeer, sika deer and moose. It has been found in some areas of North America, including Canada and the United States”.     In this week's episode, Debbie and Laurie take a call from Moriah Boggess, a deer biologist with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission to learn more about this disease. We take a deeper dive into what exactly is Chronic Wasting Disease, which animals are affected and how it spreads.         While recording the Backyard Naturalists podcast, Debbie and Laurie enjoy coffee provided by the Good Cup Coffee Company in Matthews, North Carolina.  Good Cup Coffee Company is giving away a free $20.00 gift card and if you'd like to win, please listen through the entire episode. There's one gift card available to the first person to stop by and you're only allowed to win an offered prize once every 90 days. Follow Good Cup Coffee on Instagram and look for them at the Matthews Community Farmer's Market this Saturday morning.      Connect with the Backyard Naturalists on the Web, Facebook and Instagram.     Please visit and support our presenting sponsor, Backyard Birds at http://www.thebirdfoodstore.com/. A mecca for bird lovers and bird watchers, Backyard Birds is an independent family-owned business located in Matthews, NC (next to Dairy Queen), just southeast of Charlotte.     Thanks for listening to The Backyard Naturalists.  We hope you have a day filled with the wonders of nature. Get outside and take a walk on the wild side! Please don't forget to leave a 5-star review for The Backyard Naturalists podcast.     Production services for The Backyard Naturalists podcast are provided by Downtown Podcasting. To start a conversation on how you can have a podcast, simply send an email to info@downtownpodcasting.com.

WTAQ News on Demand
5am News on Demand - Over-charges at Lambeau Field

WTAQ News on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 2:59


The Wisconsin DNR asks hunters and wildlife enthusiasts to help slow the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease this fall.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WTAQ News on Demand
7am News on Demand - The driver in a deadly car crash learns his fate

WTAQ News on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 2:56


The Wisconsin DNR asks hunters and wildlife enthusiasts to help slow the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease this falSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NDOW presents the Nevada Wild Podcast
Chronic Wasting Disease

NDOW presents the Nevada Wild Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 28:45


In this week's Nevada Wild, Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller sit down with Nevada Department of Wildlife Veterinarian Nate LaHue to talk about Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a transmissible neurological disease that is always fatal to animals in the deer family. Currently, CWD is found in 34 states and provinces but not in Nevada. Nate explains the state's efforts to prevent the disease from entering Nevada, and explains what hunters can do to help. Find more information and a list of the check stations mentioned in this podcast here: https://www.ndow.org/blog/chronic-wasting-disease/

RFD Today
RFD Today September 7

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 53:01


Wednesday's show features a conversation with Ted McKinney, who formerly served as Undersecretary of Agriculture for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs. We also get an update from Illinois Farm Bureau Associate Director of Commodity and Livestock Programs Tasha Bunting. We learn about IDNR public information meetings on Chronic Wasting Disease. We also meet the new McDonough County Farm Bureau Manager.

Whiskey & Whitetails
088: When to Hunt Whitetails, Chronic Wasting Disease & a Store Pick

Whiskey & Whitetails

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 72:00


Matt & Gus catch up on a some recent happenings in the company before discussing the best times and weather conditions to hunt whitetail deer as well as new hunting regulations in North Carolina in response to Chronic Wasting Disease. Topics Discussed: Finding good deals on clothes at Goodwill. Hibernia society update after visiting. Whiskey Class with veteran charity, The Southern Belle. Camaraderie and fellowship in the outdoor and hunting community. The benefit of everyone in the community helping one another succeed versus the opposite we experience amongst the bourbon community. The best times to hunt whitetail deer. The optimal weather conditions to hunt whitetail deer. The best moon phases and conditions for hunting whitetail deer. The optimal wind direction for hunting whitetail deer. Seasonal conditions to consider when hunting whitetail deer. These include whitetail rut activity, whitetail food source changes and whitetail season pressure. Details on plans and times to meet up with us in Lexington, KY at Justin's House of Bourbon or at the Camp Hero Bourbon & BBQ Bash. Matt closes us out with a video from the North Carolina Department of Natural Resources detailing the latest regulations for hunting in parts of North Carolina in response to Chronic Wasting Disease being confirmed in the state.  Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/whiskeyandwhitetails Instagram - @whiskeyandwhitetails Facebook - @whiskeyandwhitetails Twitter - @whskywhitetail Website & Store - www.whiskeyandwhitetails.com YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUX9-ft9bLcrNMUMREwj4Dw/featured MORE: We'd like to extend a special thank you to everyone who has supported us along this journey so far. We've done a lot in a short time and have so much more we're excited to do still. We must give a particularly BIG shoutout to our growing Patreon Community! If you enjoy our content, consider giving us a 5 star rating on your favorite podcast app, leave us a review, and tell a fellow whiskey or whitetail/hunting enthusiast about our show. We'd be beyond grateful for the support.  Make sure to stay up to date on everything we're doing through our Instagram and visit our website to check out our latest journal posts about hunting, whiskey and cigars and our shop for our latest barrel made products. Last but not lease, please consider joining our Patreon community where you'll get exclusive access to Patreon only content, early access to other content, prizes, giveaways, a voice in what content we create, live streams, expand our ability to bring you EVEN MORE awesome content as well as a community of awesome whiskey and outdoor enthusiasts. This podcast is a part of the Waypoint TV Podcast Network. Waypoint is the ultimate outdoor network featuring streaming of full-length fishing and hunting television shows, short films and instructional content, a social media network, and Podcast Network. Follow Waypoint on Instagram at the following accounts @waypointtv @waypointpodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tennessee WildCast
TW 306 - Hunting in Unit CWD? What You Need To Know!

Tennessee WildCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 28:31


As deer season approaches, the WildCast and CWD crews wanted to bring you an update on all things Chronic Wasting Disease for the 2022-23 season. We will be covering what counties are in Unit CWD, bag limits, movement restrictions and incentive programs. Also this year TWRA has updated their CWD testing procedures for wild deer and elk in Tennessee to follow the best available science and to ensure the most proactive response for CWD detection. We will cover all this and more. Don't miss it! #outdoors #tnwildlife #gooutdoorstennessee #tennesseewildcast #tnhunting #deerhunting #archery #CWD

It Could Happen Here
The Deadly Threat Waiting in Our Forests2

It Could Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 39:22


Have you heard about Chronic Wasting Disease? You will.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KAXE/KBXE Morning Show
Chronic Wasting Disease: What It Is, Mandatory Testing and How You Can Help (even if you aren't a hunter!)

KAXE/KBXE Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 13:40


MN DNR's Dr. Michelle Carstensen, Wildlife Health Group Leader

Northern Community Radio presents Phenology
Chronic Wasting Disease: What It Is, Mandatory Testing and How You Can Help (even if you aren't a hunter!)

Northern Community Radio presents Phenology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 13:40


MN DNR's Dr. Michelle Carstensen, Wildlife Health Group Leader

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Absurd and Immoral Hunting Laws, Treason, and Our Food Supply with Ted Nugent

This Rockin' Life | Inspiration | Healthy Lifestyle | Entertainment | Motivation | Life Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 32:46


My guest today has sold more than 40 million albums. He's a New York Times bestselling author, a diehard hunter, and incredible marksman who's also known as the Motor City Madman, and my husband, Ted Nugent. We talk about absurd hunting laws, the second amendment, rock'n'roll and so much more.   Ted shares how America is at the forefront and world envy for wildlife management, with the healthiest expanding game populations, and fastest growing agriculture of White Tailed Deer. We learn how corruption, lies, and immorality have weaseled their way into this thriving and lucrative industry, and terrorize not only hard working families, but our national food supply.    From the Chronic Wasting Disease scandal, treason, to the current plight of spiritual warfare, we must stand together and take action, to correct and hold accountable the soulless evil that threatens every corner of our lives. In this episode:  [2:02] Shemane brings us to today's topic about the strange and absurd issues surrounding the gun and hunting industry  [4:06] Ted explains the billion dollar industry of wildlife management and the immoral regulations that threaten our economy, and our wildlife.  [9:59] Ted speaks to the corrupt powers that threaten to destroy American families, and brings light to the current events surrounding Chronic Wasting Disease.  [15:04] Bureaucratic red tape and eliminating our food supply [17:45] What hunternation.org is doing to make a difference  [18:17] Shemane summarizes the chaos events that overwhelm our current national narrative [19:48] What we can do to fight back and take a stand against dark agendas [20:37] Shemane shares a clip from Paul Harvey's, “If I were the Devil'  [25:57] The endless list of treasonous and evil narratives that threaten to dismantle the greatest quality of life known to mankind [27:42] The blindness that allows indoctrination and the continuation of soullessness     Resources:    Ted's Website: tednugent.com Join Hunter Nation: hunternation.org Purchase My Pillow: discount code “spirit”   Ted's Social Media    Instagram: @tednugentofficial Facebook: @Ted Nugent   Connect with Shemane:    Get Wildly Well & join Shemane's private coaching community  at shemanenugent.rocks   Toxic Mold Help   Check out Shemane's book :  "4 Minutes to Happy"   Shemane Social Media Facebook: @shemane.nugent Instagram: @shemanenugent Youtube: /shemane Truth Social/shemane   Listen On: Rumble Libsyn Apple Podcast Podbean

Simply Shemane
Absurd and Immoral Hunting Laws, Treason, and Our Food Supply with Ted Nugent

Simply Shemane

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 32:46


My guest today has sold more than 40 million albums. He's a New York Times bestselling author, a diehard hunter, and incredible marksman who's also known as the Motor City Madman, and my husband, Ted Nugent. We talk about absurd hunting laws, the second amendment, rock'n'roll and so much more.   Ted shares how America is at the forefront and world envy for wildlife management, with the healthiest expanding game populations, and fastest growing agriculture of White Tailed Deer. We learn how corruption, lies, and immorality have weaseled their way into this thriving and lucrative industry, and terrorize not only hard working families, but our national food supply.    From the Chronic Wasting Disease scandal, treason, to the current plight of spiritual warfare, we must stand together and take action, to correct and hold accountable the soulless evil that threatens every corner of our lives. In this episode:  [2:02] Shemane brings us to today's topic about the strange and absurd issues surrounding the gun and hunting industry  [4:06] Ted explains the billion dollar industry of wildlife management and the immoral regulations that threaten our economy, and our wildlife.  [9:59] Ted speaks to the corrupt powers that threaten to destroy American families, and brings light to the current events surrounding Chronic Wasting Disease.  [15:04] Bureaucratic red tape and eliminating our food supply [17:45] What hunternation.org is doing to make a difference  [18:17] Shemane summarizes the chaos events that overwhelm our current national narrative [19:48] What we can do to fight back and take a stand against dark agendas [20:37] Shemane shares a clip from Paul Harvey's, “If I were the Devil'  [25:57] The endless list of treasonous and evil narratives that threaten to dismantle the greatest quality of life known to mankind [27:42] The blindness that allows indoctrination and the continuation of soullessness     Resources:    Ted's Website: tednugent.com Join Hunter Nation: hunternation.org Purchase My Pillow: discount code “spirit”   Ted's Social Media    Instagram: @tednugentofficial Facebook: @Ted Nugent   Connect with Shemane:    Get Wildly Well & join Shemane's private coaching community  at shemanenugent.rocks   Toxic Mold Help   Check out Shemane's book :  "4 Minutes to Happy"   Shemane Social Media Facebook: @shemane.nugent Instagram: @shemanenugent Youtube: /shemane Truth Social/shemane   Listen On: Rumble Libsyn Apple Podcast Podbean

Boiling Point
Chronic Wasting Disease – the slow death of deer

Boiling Point

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 31:53


Everyone old enough will remember the footage of confused ataxic cows that were not able to stand on their own anymore. The 1990s were the time of Mad Cow Disease, an illness caused by a misfolded protein, the prion. While mad cow disease in Europe is well under control by now, a similar illness is currently spreading in the US. Not in cows this time but in deer. What it does to deer and how it has the potential to effect humans, we will chat about with our guest Heather Inzalaco. Heather is a PhD candidate in wildlife diseases at the University of Wisconsin Madison and thinks outside the box to identify hidden ways of how the disease is spread. Listen in to Cat's and Heather's chat about all things chronic wasting disease.

The Healthy Rebellion Radio
Chronic Wasting Disease In Deer, Digestion Woes, Avoiding Organic Foods | THRR118

The Healthy Rebellion Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 38:18 Very Popular


Make your health an act of rebellion. Join The Healthy Rebellion Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: https://twitter.com/davidludwigmd/status/1552636115139514368 Podcast Questions: 1. Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer and Elk [15:52] Kristi says: Hi Robb and Nicki, I have a new fear just when I am already worried about the future of meat, transportation, the economy, etc. I bought some elk liver from a ranch that sells grass-fed bison, elk, and beef. I went to fry it, and it did not smell the same as bison or beef liver. And while I'm sure that's just how elk liver smells, I started worrying about chronic wasting disease(CWD), which Joe Rogan brought up on the March 2020 episode with the infectious disease epidemiologist, Michael Osterholm. (The episode that in my mind started off the covid pandemic.) I ended up throwing away the elk meat, and then looked into chronic wasting disease more. So far, no known cases have spread to humans as vCJD (variant Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease), but that was also true of mad cow disease, and I'm sure chronic wasting disease showing up in humans will take longer since way fewer people eat elk or deer. I am in one of the areas of North America where chronic wasting disease is present, and since I bought the meat from a farm, the elk is apparently tested (they send away the heads to get tested), however it says this doesn't guarantee they're free of CWD. Now I think I should just stick to beef/bison, since the downside of Jakob Creutzfeldt disease is so terrible, but I was also thinking if I do this I shouldn't even buy bison or beef from the same farm, since prions are notoriously hard to destroy, and would stick around on the butchering equipment. Do you have any knowledge or insight on this topic? Am I overreacting? Thanks and keep up the great work with the show. 2. Digestion Woes [23:40] Kelly says: Hi Robb and Nicki, hoping you can help me with everyone's favorite topic, poo! I'll cut to the chase. My BMs are a 6-7 on the Bristol stool chart, every day. Usually 3 times per day, and all before 9 am. This has been going on for a few months now. I don't have any stomach pain or bloating, just really liquid poo. My diet is good, I eat mostly red meat, eggs, fruit, white rice, and I don't exclude dairy or gluten because I've never had any sensitivity to it, but maybe that's a good place to start? I do drink alcohol a couple times per week, but haven't noticed a difference when I remove alcohol. I am also a coffee drinker, but I hope that's not the culprit! Just looking for your thoughts on the best place to start, anything I should ask my doctor to run test-wise? I had an IgG test done a couple years ago and that didn't show anything to avoid except things like chia seeds and some random things like that. Thank you both for all you do, me and my hubs listen every week and appreciate your common sense approach to health and recent policy topics. Robb and Nicki for President! 3. Organic? [29:08] Mark says: Hi Robb & Nicki, I've read Wired & Eat & Sacred Cow & drink LMNT (love, chocolate salt in goat milk is a favorite). I've been reading some of the comments from the FarmBabe basically that she now goes out-of-the-way "not" to buy/eat food labeled Organic (she seems not to like StoneyField or at least would like them to stop spreading misinformation) .  I've also read some of her battles with "Bobby" aka FlavCity.  It's hard to sort out if what she's saying is true or if as a non-organic farmer she's biased in any way.  Any insight would be helpful, especially considering current food prices.  I seem to always want to buy Organic, am I wasting my money? All the best, Mark Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT. Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don't. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes Transcript: You can find the transcript at the blog page: https://robbwolf.com/2022/07/29/chronic-wasting-disease-in-deer-digestion-woes-avoiding-organic-foods-thrr118/

Medicare For The Lazy Man Podcast
Ep. 366 - Chronic Wasting Disease: can we use dogs to sniff it out?

Medicare For The Lazy Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 28:32


The Blackfeet Indians are taking part in an experiment to see if the presence of Chronic Wasting Disease can be detected in a given locale. What do the dogs sniff to make their determinations? Wild animal poop!  Contact me at: DBJ@MLMMailbag.com (Most severe critic: A++)   Inspired by: "MEDICARE FOR THE LAZY MAN 2022; Simplest & Easiest Guide Ever!" on Amazon.com. Return to leave a short customer review & help future readers. Official website: https://www.MedicareForTheLazyMan.com

Blood Origins
Episode 243 - Doug Duren || On CWD And Sharing The Land

Blood Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 77:05


Best known for his frequent guest appearances on the hit Netflix hunting show Meateater, Doug Duren joins the Blood Origins podcast to discuss two important subjects. The first, Chronic Wasting Disease (or CWD), and its effects on his county in Wisconsin. The second, his efforts to launch ‘Sharing The Land', which is a bold proposal to exchange labor projects for hunting access in an ‘old school cooperative' kind of way. See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talking Biotech Podcast
352 - Prions and Chronic Wasting Disease

Talking Biotech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 26:05 Very Popular


Prion disorders are rare neurological diseases where a protein within the nervous system converts to a pathological form. The change in conformation affects other proteins, recruiting them to the misshapen, deleterious type. Chronic wasting disease is a neurological disease of deer, caused by prion conversion. In this episode Dr. Sandra Pritzkow from University of Texas Health - Houston describes prion related disease, and specifically the atypical transmission elements of chronic wasting disease. 

Artemis
Chronic Wasting Disease with Dr. Kelly Straka

Artemis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 67:12


This week we're bringing you an episode of the Chronic Wasting Disease Chronicles - a special mini-series produced by Artemis and NWF Outdoors. On this episode we hear from Dr. Kelly Straka, a wildlife manager in Minnesota. We talk about the financial toll on state agencies, cross-border management... aaaand, the "E" word. Tune in for more!  2:51 – Introduction on Dr. Kelly Straka, Wildlife Section Manager for Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.  4:10 – Kelly talks about her career path to working with CWD. 7:10 – Kelly frames the issue with CWD from the perspective of state agencies. “CWD might be the most pressing issue facing cervid populations across the country right now.” 10:40 - The barriers to effective management of CWD. 17:11 - How hunters can help or hinder efforts to manage CWD. 23:29 - The Federal – State intersection of CWD. The regulatory and jurisdiction issues that have a bearing on how we deal with CWD. 33:15 - Minnesota's approach and how it got us to where we are today. 39:07 - Minnesota's response plan, management applications in different zones and various strategies. 43:10 – The “E” word! 48:21 - If we cannot eradicate CWD, how do we live with it in the future? 52:57 - The challenges around CWD surveillance and how hard it is to detect the disease when it is present in low numbers. 58:13 - What do the agencies wish the public knew about CWD management? 1:00:44 - What is one thing that could have been done differently? 1:03:33 - Closing statements. Stay engaged, stay aware, stay involved. Please take a moment to rate the podcast and write us a review!

Sportsman Weekly Podcast
New state record fish/CWD impact on Carolina hunters

Sportsman Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 30:29


In this episode of the Sportsman Weekly Podcast, we talk about Charlie Noonan's new North Carolina state (and pending) world record fish. We also talk about the impact Chronic Wasting Disease will have on North Carolina hunters during the 2022 deer season. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sportsmanweeklypodcast/message

The Mountain Side
#091 Colorado Parks & Wildlife - Scott Murdoch

The Mountain Side

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 95:11


Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages 42 state parks, all of Colorado's wildlife, more than 300 state wildlife areas, and various recreational programs. At the forefront of all that is Scott Murdoch, a Colorado Wildlife Officer, District Wildlife Manager, Colorado native, and avid outdoorsman. In his free time, Scott is always enjoying the outdoors, either hunting or fishing, with family and friends. Tune in to today's episode as Bobby Marshall and Officer Murdoch talks about wildlife, wildlife and human interaction, outdoor life and safety, camping and hiking, public lang, hunting, Chronic Wasting Disease, wildfires, and so much more! Please subscribe or like us on social media platforms for updates on shows, events, and episode drops. Become a Mountain Side Patron Here for exclusive footage.www.TheMountainSidePodcast.comwww.Colorado.comwww.CPW.State.co.us Sponsor Linkswww.UnCanna.comMountain Side listeners use Discount code TMS to receive 25% off all UnCanna products! www.ONNIT.comMountain Side listeners use Discount code TMS to receive 10% off ONNIT products! www.OriginMaine.comMountain Side listeners receive 10% off Origin & Jocko Fuel products! Other Affiliates Links

Moore Outdoors With Chester Moore
Moore Outdoors With Chester Moore 06/03/22--Topics Include Turkeys & Chronic Wasting Disease In Deer and Elk

Moore Outdoors With Chester Moore

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 40:02


Host Chester Moore checks in with a biologist from Arizona about the turkeys in the currently drought stricken Southwest and gets a big update on the current status of Chronic Wasting Disease in deer and elk from popular guest Macy Ledbetter of Spring Creek Outdoors.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 05.16.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 57:55


Cocoa may enhance skeletal muscle function University of California at San Diego, May 3, 2022 A small clinical trial led by researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine and VA San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS) found that patients with advanced heart failure and type 2 diabetes showed improved mitochondrial structure after three months of treatment with epicatechin-enriched cocoa. Epicatechin is a flavonoid found in dark chocolate. The study published by the journal Clinical and Translational Science looked at profoundly ill patients with major damage to skeletal muscle mitochondria. The trial participants consumed dark chocolate bars and a beverage with a total epicatechin content of approximately 100 mg per day for three months. Biopsies of skeletal muscle were conducted before and after treatment. After the three-month treatment, the researchers looked at changes in mitochondria volume and the abundance of cristae, which are internal compartments of mitochondria that are necessary for efficient function of the mitochondria, and measurable by electron microscopy. After three months, we saw recovery – cristae numbers back toward normal levels, and increases in several molecular indicators involved in new mitochondria production.” Healthy habits may improve longevity, prevent Alzheimer's disease Rush University Medical Center, May 14, 2022 Everyday habits that serve as the backbone of a healthy lifestyle may keep your brain sharp and help you live longer, according to new research from aging experts at RUSH. A study recently published in the British Medical Journal found that people ages 65 and older who had a healthy lifestyle lived longer—3.1 years longer for women, 5.7 years longer for men—than their peers who didn't have the same healthy lifestyle. They also spent more of their remaining years without Alzheimer's disease. What constitutes a healthy lifestyle?Eating the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurogenerative Delay (MIND) diet Staying engaged in cognitive activities like reading and puzzles Being physically active for at least 150 minutes a week Not smoking Limiting alcohol use (no more than one drink a day for women and two drinks a day for men) This latest study builds on ongoing research from RUSH showing that lifestyle factors can potentially reduce the risk for Alzheimer's disease and dementia by up to 60%, says Kumar Rajan, Ph.D., professor of epidemiology and director of the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging. Ozone treated water v. lethal microbial material   University of Alberta,  May 9, 2022 A University of Alberta research team has discovered that technology commonly used to decontaminate food industry equipment can also rid meat processing plants of lethal microbial material responsible for the human version of the ailment Mad Cow disease. U of A microbiology professors Mike Belosevic and Norm Neumann and engineering professor Mohamed Gamal El-Din demonstrated that infectious proteins found in the brain matter of cattle can be eradicated from water treated with ozone. The discovery could have applications in decontaminating wastewater in settings such as slaughterhouse effluents where infected neural material known as prions may be present. The ozone decontamination procedure can potentially be used to sterilize instruments used for neurosurgery, and prevent the transfer of infectious prions during surgical procedures. Prions are able to destroy and can still be infectious after being incinerated at heats of 850o C. In the wild, soil contaminated by a carcass of a deer that died of Chronic Wasting Disease can remain a source of infection for many years. The U of A research team's technique of using water treated with ozone to destroy prions is an improvement on current prion decontamination methods. Tai Chi Benefits Patients With Parkinson's Oregon Research Institute, May 13, 2022 Tai chi, an ancient martial art characterized by slow, flowing movement and meditation, helps improve balance and movement control for people with Parkinson's disease. The finding, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, is the latest study to show the benefits of tai chi for people with chronic health problems. Past studies have shown that tai chi reduces falls and depression among the elderly, and lessens pain for patients with arthritis and fibromyalgia. In the latest research, 195 people with movement and balance problems caused by Parkinson's disease were recruited from four Oregon cities. The patients were divided into three exercise classes that met for an hour a day, twice a week. One group took part in an extensive stretching class, another was taught resistance training, and the third group performed tai chi. After six months, patients in the tai chi group performed better on a number of measures related to strength, movement control, balance, stride length and reach. Resistance training also offered some benefits, and both the tai chi and resistance training groups had fewer falls than the stretching group. Vitamin B12 shows promise against ALS Tokushima University (Japan), May 13 2022.  An article appearing on May 9, 2022 in JAMA Neurology described a randomized trial in which men and women with the progressive neurologic disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) exhibited improvement in their condition after receiving a high dose of a form of vitamin B12 known as methylcobalamin.  Among the 126 patients who completed the trial, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Functional Rating Scale  scores declined by an average of 2.66 points for those who received the vitamin and by 4.63 in the placebo group—a difference of 43%. (Lower scores indicate increased severity of symptoms.)  This randomized clinical trial demonstrated that use of ultrahigh-dose methylcobalamin resulted in a 43% reduction in clinical deterioration as evaluated with the ALSFRS-R total score throughout the 16-week treatment period in the patients with early-stage ALS, Diabetes risk from sitting around University of Leicester (UK), May 12, 2022 A new study has found that women who stay seated for long periods of time every day are more prone to developing type 2 diabetes, but that a similar link wasn't found in men. Researchers from the University of Leicester Departments of Health Sciences and Cardiovascular Sciences revealed that women who are sedentary for most of the day were at a greater risk from exhibiting the early metabolic defects that act as a precursor to developing type 2 diabetes than people who tend to sit less. The team assessed over 500 men and women of the age of 40 or more about the amount of time spent sitting over the course of a week. It was found that the women who spent the longest time sitting had higher levels of insulin, as well as higher amounts of C-reactive protein and chemicals released by fatty tissue in the abdomen, leptin, and interleukin6, and which indicate problematic inflammation. This study provides important new evidence that higher levels of sitting time have a deleterious impact on insulin resistance and chronic low-grade inflammation in women but not men and that this effect is seen regardless of how much exercise is undertaken. This suggests that women who meet the national recommendations of 30 minutes of exercise a day may still be compromising their health if they are seated for the rest of the day. Videos: 1. Fauci Clip Surfaces, As Incoherent In 1985 As He Is Now: Spreads Diabolical Lie That “HIV” Could Spread To Children Via Casual Contact In Household (0:35) 2. Margaret Heckler & Robert Gallo – 1984 Press Conference (0:38) 3. Melissa Ciummei Clip  (9:52) 4. A terrifying prediction for 2030 (the Great Reset) (start @ 1:12) 5. New Rule: American Carnage | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) (7:48)

Land Ethic
#29 Whit Fosburgh

Land Ethic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 61:35


Whit Fosburgh is the president and CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, an organization dedicated to advancing America's legacy of conservation, habitat, and access to public lands.Prior to joining TRCP in 2010, Whit spent 15 years at Trout Unlimited. Additionally, he served as fisheries' director for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, and was a wildlife specialist for the National Audubon Society. Whit grew up hunting and fishing in upstate New York and was a member of Team USA in the 1997 World Fly Fishing Championships. He has a BA in Government from Georgetown University and a Master's degree from the Yale University School of Forestry.We talked all about TRCP and their various areas of focus, from the Farm Bill, to the Colorado River, to Chronic Wasting Disease in deer species. Whit and the TRCP are keeping the spirit and vision of Theodore Roosevelt and the early American conservation movement alive by leveraging the voice of outdoor enthusiasts to influence policy.You can visit their website for more, sign up for their newsletter to stay informed on these issues, and consider a donation to help the cause.

Conservation Corner
Eco-News April Edition

Conservation Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 18:04


We're covering some environmental stories that are making headlines in Pennsylvania, the U.S., or maybe even around the globe. Join us as we discuss one of the oldest turkeys on record, the deer tick virus (DTV), the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease, and the newest invasives banned in the Keystone State.

Fresh Tracks Weekly
Fewer Big Bucks = Less CWD? | Week of February 21

Fresh Tracks Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 32:59


This week the Fresh Tracks crew was a bit spread out across the west, but we still managed to whip together the fourth episode of Fresh Tracks Weekly, relaying a few recent headlines and giving updates on some of the fun things we got to do. For their deeper dive, Randy and Marcus discuss Chronic Wasting Disease and how new research suggests that managing herds at lower densities and younger age classes could be better for the overall herd health. Randy struggles with this news as he is accustomed to healthy deer herds composed of diverse age structures. CWD Lymph Node Removal Video: https://youtu.be/jz2dcOaaANw Join Fresh Tracks+ For Early Access: https://www.freshtracks.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Big Honker Podcast
Episode #556: Bryan Richards

The Big Honker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 101:16 Very Popular


Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by Bryan Richards, who is the Emerging Disease Coordinator for the USGS National Wildlife Heath Center. The guys discuss the Avian Flu that has been a concern for many waterfowl hunters over the past few weeks. Bryan is also the nation's leading expert on CWD in deer, elk, and other big game animals, and he shares his vast knowledge on the challenges hunters face going forward with Chronic Wasting Disease.

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts
Midday Mobile - Congressman Jerry Carl talks with Sean about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and Chuck Sykes talks Chronic Wasting Disease - March 18 2022

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 41:03


National Wildlife Federation Outdoors
The Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act with Representative Ron Kind

National Wildlife Federation Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 36:08


In this episode Aaron and Ashley talk with Representative Ron Kind of Wisconsin. Representative Kind discusses how he came to understand the weight of CWD and eventually become a champion for it in Washington D.C. We cover what the Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act is, it's current status, how it could impact states' ability to manage the disease, and the boost it would give to researchers' efforts to develop new science and tools like a live test for CWD! Links: Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus Show notes: 4:33 – Rep. Ron Kind talks about his background as a bow hunter growing up in Wisconsin, his family farm where they hunt whitetail and pheasant, how he got into politics and how he got involved with Chronic Wasting Disease. 6:58 – Rep. Kind talks about 2002 when CWD was first detected in Wisconsin. 10:15 --  Rep. Kind is asked whether or not he has ever harvested a deer which has tested positive for CWD. 12:31 -- Discussing the fact that CWD will be handled at the state level and the CWD Research and Management Act will provide funding directly to states and Tribal management agencies. 14:15 – Rep. Kind shares some of the frustrations he has experienced as a hunter trying to test the deer he has harvested. He gives an overview of the CWD Research and Management Act and the end goal. 16:04 -- How is this bill different than previous attempts at trying to control the disease? 18:10 -- What is Rep. Ron Kind telling other Senators and collogues who need to get moving on this Bill right now? 20:24 -- Rep. Kind brings us back to the moment when he realized CWD was a major problem. 23:55 -- What are the lessons that other states can learn from Wisconsin? “Don't be afraid of testing, just because you're not testing doesn't mean it is not there.” 25:13 -- What will be entailed in the review of the herd certification standards which are currently in place? 27:13 -- Discussion regarding the potential and importance of a live test for CWD. 28:35 -- How do we smooth out the dips in the funding cycle for this Bill? It would be great if it was eradicated within six years but we need to be realistic as we look forward on the next iteration of this bill and (maybe) an eventual permanent authorization on this. 30:38 -- What does the average hunter needs to think about and what actions should they be taking to stay engaged and keep this movement. 33:07 -- Rep. Kind discusses the decline of hunters and fewer youth being involved with hunting and fishing. He highlights that this is another issue we need to address as hunters and anglers are some of the most powerful conservationists out there. 35:13 – Update as of 03/23/2022 regarding the CWD Research and Management Act. Be sure to get engaged by following NWF Outdoors on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter—where you can access action alerts and timely updates regarding CWD and many other hunting and angling conservation issues we are working on. Thanks!

Public Lands Podcast
Episode 119: March 15: Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer

Public Lands Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 24:47


Sam Coulter interviews Nikayla Barnes about chronic wasting disease in deer.

Team UOA Podcast
Part 2 NDGF Interview Chronic Wasting Disease

Team UOA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 50:24


John and Levi sit with the NDGF state vet Charlie to discuss chronic wasting disease and it's impact in ND.

Voices of Forestry
Voices of Forestry Ep. 26 - Chronic Wasting Disease

Voices of Forestry

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 32:40


Join host Seth Stephenson this month as he discusses Chronic Wasting Disease with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's State Wildlife Veterinarian and Assistant Chief of Research, Dr. Jenn Ballard. The two discuss how this disease affects the deer and elk in the state, as well as what you can do to help AGFC in their research. To report a suspicious deer carcass to AGFC, call 1-800-482-9262. You can also visit agfc.com/cwd for more information on CWD in Arkansas. For a third-party organization also working on this disease, you can visit the Chronic Wasting Disease Alliance's website at cwd-info.org.As always, a special thank you to Robb McCormick/Some Guy Named Robb for the use of our theme song, "The Same Love" from his album "The Folkster".  You can find more of his music on Spotify and on his website at https://www.sgnrobb.com/.

Higher Calling Wildlife
COVID-19 In Whitetails: What You Need To Know

Higher Calling Wildlife

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 50:27


Host Chester Moore interviews private biologist Macey Ledbetter who gives the latest information on COVID-19 found in whitetails in Texas and the Midwest. They also take a super deep look at Chronic Wasting Disease in whitetails, elk and mule deer. if you have any interest in this topic, this is the show for you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Outdoors Radio with Dan Small
Show 1704: Check out Crestliner, Manitou, Caymas and Bentley boats at the Cedar Lake Sales exhibit this week at the Milwaukee Boat Show. Sign up now for hunter education classes and learn to hunt turkey events. Chronic wasting disease impacts most Wiscons

Outdoors Radio with Dan Small

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 50:00


Alan Bell, vice-president of Cedar Lake Sales in West Bend, Wisconsin, invites listeners to check out the display of fishing boats, runabouts and pontoons in the Cedar Lake Sales display at the Milwaukee Boat Show this week. (showspan.com/mbs/, cedarlakesales.co/) Bob Nack, Wisconsin DNR angler and hunter recruitment team leader, encourages listeners to sign up novice hunters for spring hunter education courses and learn to hunt turkey events. (dnr.wisconsin.gov) Outdoor writer and blogger Patrick Durkin reviews the dramatic increase in chronic wasting disease infections in deer taken during the 2021 season. (patrickdurkinoutdoors.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports he is catching panfish, pike and walleyes on the Madison chain and that anglers are catching fish on all the Madison lakes. (dsbait.com)

Capitol & Scott
Capitol & Scott: Chronic Wasting Disease

Capitol & Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 29:37


Chronic Wasting Disease, a sickness that affects deer, elk and other cervids, has been found in more Arkansas counties, raising questions as to how pervasive it is in deer populations and whether it will ever become a threat to the state's lucrative hunting industry. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette outdoor editor Bryan Hendricks talks about the origins of CWD in Arkansas and the challenges the state’s Game and Fish Commission faces with keeping track of its spread. Since it was first discovered in Arkansas in 2016, over 1,300 deer have tested positive for CWD. Read the latest news on CWD in Arkansas: https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2022/jan/03/state-game-and-fish-faces-tricky-predicament-with/ Let us know what topics you would like to hear about in future episodes: arkansasonline.com/capitol-and-scott/

The Crusty Mullet Podcast
#13 Chicken On a String

The Crusty Mullet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 48:46


John and Billy talk about recent trips after the New Year including predators and geese.  Topics such as the recent Chronic Wasting Disease discovered in Alabama and the trail camera ban proposal in Utah are discussed.  Also, don't forget to report your skunk sightings! myfwc.com/skunksurveyJoin us as we #followthemigration6:00 Oviedo Camera7:00 Utah Trail Camera Ban Proposal16:37 St Augustine Buck Story24:30 Coyotes30:00 Bobcat Hunt37:00 Canadian Goose39:50 CWD in Alabama42:38 FWC Skunk Reporting

New Mexico Wildlife Podcast
Episode 15 (Nov 2021) Wildlife Health & Diseases

New Mexico Wildlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 57:25


This month we are talking all things wildlife health with Dr. Kerry Mower, the Department's Wildlife Health Specialist. From common diseases and parasites to an in-depth discussion on Chronic Wasting Disease, join us as we cover all topics related to wildlife health in New Mexico!

The Hunter Conservationist Podcast
High Fence Elk Hunting in Alberta with Neil Keown

The Hunter Conservationist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 90:33


Brought to you by Community-Minded Alpine Toyota Episode supporter – The Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance Curtis and Mark are joined by Neil Keown, Chair of the Alberta Chapter of the Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Neil dives into some of the contentious public land issues in Alberta including Chronic Wasting Disease, the Bighorn Wilderness Area proposal, and the opening of the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains to coal mine development. Then Neil talks about the highly controversial proposal currently being pushed in Alberta to allow for high fenced elk farm hunt operations. Neil explains who's behind the proposal, why its being pushed forward at this time and why BHA, and even non-hunters in Alberta are voicing their opposition to high fence hunts farms. Topics discussed include the ethics of high fence hunts, Alberta versus Africa high fence hunting, whether hunters can marginalize high fence hunting from backcountry hunting or not, freak antlers, escaped wildlife, elk-ostrich combo hunts, whether waterfowl hunting is easy or hard and how to hunt sandhill cranes. Show Notes Alpine Toyota https://www.alpinetoyota.com/ The Rock Mountain Goat Alliance https://goatalliance.org/ Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Alberta Chapter https://www.backcountryhunters.org/alberta  

Wyoming Hookin' & Huntin' Outdoors
C.D.W chat with Game & Fish, New Book Series Lucky Luke's Outdoor Adventures and Post Harvest Options

Wyoming Hookin' & Huntin' Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 24:38


Chronic Wasting Disease has been an issue for years, Game & Fish describes why, Kevin Lovegreen is an author that has 15 books in the "Lucky Luke" kids book series and Rocky Mountain Discount Sports has all your game meat processing items.

Talk North - Souhan Podcast Network
Reverend Hunter podcast - Fifth Monday

Talk North - Souhan Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 27:09


As they do whenever there's a fifth Monday in the month, Tony and Brandon chat. This time it's about the Minnesota State Fair, an extended political rant by Tony about the BWCA and Chronic Wasting Disease, and a look forward to what's coming this fall.

The Reverend Hunter Podcast

As they do whenever there's a fifth Monday in the month, Tony and Brandon chat. This time it's about the Minnesota State Fair, an extended political rant by Tony about the BWCA and Chronic Wasting Disease, and a look forward to what's coming this fall.

Backwoods Bowhunter
6 weeks until opening day! We talk about CWD and what signs to look for as you begin your fall hunting season.

Backwoods Bowhunter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 37:15


CWD (Chronic Wasting Disease) and the fatal effect on deer, elk and moose. CWD has been detected in 25 states including Illinois. CWD was first observed in the wild in 1981. CWD in its simplest terms means - a contagious disease that causes brain damage in the animal. Tim shares his personal story of a CWD infected deer on his property.Be aware of the signs and symptoms of CWD and know what to look for as we approach this 2021 deer hunting season.illinoisbowhunter.com

The Going 4 Broke Outdoors Podcast
Duane Diefenbach | PSU Research Biologist & GPS Collars | Episode 5 | Going 4 Broke Outdoors Podcast

The Going 4 Broke Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 123:02


In this episode, we talk with Penn State University Research Wildlife Biologist, Duane Diefenbach. Duane works for the U.S. Geological Survery. Part of Duane's responsibilities include running a GPS collar study of whitetailed deer. Duane and I discuss deer capture methods, deer home ranges and how they evolve during the course of the hunting season, how deer respond to hunter pressure during Pennsylvania's rifle season, nocturnal bucks, how temperature, wind, and rain affect deer movement, adult buck survival rates on public lands, aging deer, and the impact of Chronic Wasting Disease.   Merch: https://going4brokeoutdoors.com/shop/ Support: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=PR4KEEC2EXB42  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Going4BrokeOutdoors My Blog (Tips, Tactics and Reviews): Blog - Going 4 Broke Outdoors Music Credit: Crossing the Chasm by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3562-crossing-the-chasm License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

WildBuck Hunting Podcast
How Chronic Wasting Disease Is Affecting Deer Hunting In Texas [VIDEO]

WildBuck Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 35:30


The post How Chronic Wasting Disease Is Affecting Deer Hunting In Texas [VIDEO] appeared first on WildBuck™.

The Mountain Side
#057 Colorado Parks & Wildlife - Scott Murdoch

The Mountain Side

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 91:53


Scott Murdoch - Colorado Wildlife Officer, District Wildlife Manager, Colorado Native and Avid Outdoorsman. Scott grew up in the suburbs of Denver. After completing his Bachelor of Science in fisheries biology at Colorado State University, he was hired full-time with, at the time, the Colorado Division of Wildlife. Officer Murdoch began his career in 2008, assigned to the Grand Lake district. Enjoying the abundant wildlife and scenery surrounded by the continental divide during his nearly 4 years in Grand County. Officer Murdoch later transferred to the Conifer District where he is currently stationed. In his free time, Scott is always enjoying the outdoors, either hunting or fishing, with family and friends. Bobby is joined by Officer Murdoch to discuss, Wildlife, Wildlife & Humans Interaction, Outdoor Safety, Camping, Hiking, Public Land, Hunting, Chronic Wasting Disease, Wildfires, Colorado, Outdoor Life & much more. Please subscribe or like us on social media platforms for updates on shows, events, and episode drops. Become a Mountain Side Patron Here for exclusive footage.www.TheMountainSidePodcast.comwww.Colorado.comwww.CPW.State.co.usSponsor Linkswww.ONNIT.comMountain Side listeners use Discount code TMS to receive 10% off ONNIT products!www.TraegerGrills.comMountain Side listeners Discount HERE to limited time up to $100off MSRP & More.www.BackCountry.comMountain Side listeners receive 15% off First Visit!Other Affiliates Links

Texas Podcast and Blast
Dr. Aaron Sumrall and The Texas Pig Problem

Texas Podcast and Blast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 58:31


A list of items discussed: 1) How big is the Texas Pig Problem? 2) When did it start? 3) How much is it costing us? 4) How quickly does it grow? 5) A bit on Chronic Wasting Disease in Texas sponsorship: www.weichertrealtorsbcs.com music: www.coledegges.com

All Things Wild
Chronic Wasting Disease (with Dr. Margaret Wild)

All Things Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 56:06


Dr. Margaret Wild is the former chief wildlife veterinarian for the National Park Service. She is currently a professor at Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and has been chosen to lead research efforts into elk hoof disease through the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology. She is well-known among wildlife biologists and researchers nationwide for her expertise in Chronic Wasting Disease and has authored or co-authored over 50 scientific papers in peer reviewed journals. In this episode we speak about the concept of One Health, disease variants, the history of CWD, its impact on wild populations, and the possibility of CWD jumping the species barrier to humans.  Links related to episode:  Dr. Margaret Wild  CWD Map  Threat to Deer Populations Transmission to Humans Selective Hunting by Wolves Dr. Wild's Modeling of Wolves Impact on CWD  “The Grandmother Effect” – Martin Kitto

I Will Hunt
002 Upcoming Topics We Will Cover… Eventually

I Will Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 51:21


Pick a hunt which will be attainable and successful. Don't start out with an extreme hunt and try to make sure you will have fun. Success doesn't always mean a kill.Which weapon will you start with. Bow, Rifle and muzzle loader. Are you comfortable with either? If not, than you will most likely be successful with rifle.ON X Maps app for your smart phone. This is a lifesaver to help hunters know where to hunt. It is leaps and bounds above anything else out there. You may have public land right near your house and this app will show you.Working out to make sure you can hang in the mountains and terrain you are hunting in. It will change you as a hunter if you get a perfect kill and are not in shape enough to pack out all the meat.Hunters Education is a must. We are hoping to find someone who teaches these courses to chat with on the podcast.Regulations is a very important topic to get the basics of. Know when and where you can hunt! What are the rules. Changes happen every year. Shooting hours, hunters orange, areas where you can and can't use rifles are a few of the rules to cover.Buck fever- The make or break moment in a hunt. This is real and needs to be talked about before taking your first shot in the field.Shot placement is so important. A new hunter should study where to aim and where exactly are the vitals. Everyone will make a bad shot, though preparation is important. If you do not get a kill shot and ethics will tell you to properly chase the animal and fill your tag with THAT animal.Once you get to your freshly killed animal, now you need to know how to properly turn it into something which will feed your family. Knowing the edible parts and how to correctly butcher it. Keep the area clean and practice proper field care. We would love to chat with a butcher on the podcast eventually.Will you scout an area or pick an area and go there to find your animals in the moment? We will chat about trips in both styles and time could be the big difference between the two.CWD is a topic all hunters should know about and be aware of. Chronic Wasting Disease is in. most southern states of the USA and is slowly spreading to western states.What type of clothing should you hunt in? We will talk about the different seasons and what you will need.Types of hunts- Tree stand hunting, spot and stock, road hunting. There may be different animals that may be better to hunt with certain styles.Binoculars and scopes will be a topic to cover. There are so many different levels to choose from in price and efficiency.Long distance shooting has a ton of ins and outs to discuss. Wind, terrain and even the Earth's curvature come into factor. Kris feels like he can talk for hours about this.Public Land! The politics behind hunting is an important thing to discuss. Conservation is key to the future of hunting.Out of state or out of country hunting. CWD plays a factor between states and flying can put a big wrench in your wheel if it is not planned out properly.We both think it would be a fun conversation to chat with a non hunter who doesn't understand why people hunt. It is good to civilly discuss this topic to get the points out on the table. What about vegans or vegetarians?Hunters ethics is another discussion that can go on for hours. We will dive into the do's and don'ts of hunting.How can we get more people interested in hunting? Are there other people who didn't grow up hunting who we can helpmeet interested in it? This will only help preserve more areas for hunting in the future and better the future of the animals we hunt.Our daughter- will we pass on our hunting knowledge to our kids?How does hunting affect our personal relationships? Family is important and so is the quality of food we procure.Follow the podcast- https://www.instagram.com/iwillhuntpodcast/Follow Cantrell Outdoors- https://www.instagram.com/cantrelloutdoors/Cantrell Outdoors website- https://cantrelloutdoors.comJack Mattingly of the Whiskey Fever was nice enough to write a short song to use as the intro and outro. Check out Whiskey Fever: https://www.reverbnation.com/whiskeyfever

Natural Resources University
Episode 10 - Deer University: Chronic Wasting Disease from a State Wildlife Agency Perspective

Natural Resources University

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 47:56


Some hunters think Chronic Wasting Disease is no big deal, some hunters even think CWD is good for a state wildlife agency because the disease will bring with it an abundance of federal funding. Our interview with Jason Sumners of the Missouri Department of Conservation, and Cory Gray of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will fully explain the issues this disease brings to wildlife management agencies.