Greg Flees: Don’t Blame Chronic Wasting Disease On Deer Farms Deer farmers are unfairly targeted in a recent article the Cap Times ran by Wisconsin Public Radio about chronic wasting disease. The piece attempts to blame deer farms for the spread of CWD, but it fails to mention important information. Much of the article relies… Read More Greg Flees: Don’t Blame Chronic Wasting Disease On Deer Farms
Chronic Wasting Disease | The Paper Tiger For Deer? Much ink has been spilled about Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), which affects deer. CWD has slowly spread over the last few decades, and some hunters are worried it will decimate deer populations and a favorite outdoor pastime. Some have even questioned whether it is the end… Read More Chronic Wasting Disease | The Paper Tiger For Deer?
One Law We Need Changed Now To accomplish the EWA’s mission, one important task is to educate policy-makers, the media and the public through research and advocacy. We are currently attempting to get U.S. captive bred, non-native hoofstock that are currently listed as endangered in their native countries out from under the Endangered Species Act… Read More One Law We Need Changed Now
More to Chronic Wasting Disease Than Deer Farms I’d like to respond to falsehoods in a recent article about Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). The Missouri Department of Conservation is doing a disservice to all landowners and hunters by obsessively attacking deer farmers over CWD. While CWD was first detected on a deer farm in Missouri before… Read More More to Chronic Wasting Disease Than Deer Farms
NexGen is continuing their educational series covering compounds they offer at NexGen Compounding Pharmacy. Their goal is to highlight and educate their customers on the more than 700 compounds they currently have available for their customers! The first compound they want to highlight is a sterile compounded injectable, Medetomidine/ Ketamine 2 kit. Used very often in the… Read More NexGen | More Than 700 Compounds Available
The nilgai or blue bull is the largest Asian antelope. Please note, they are not the largest antelope in the world; the eland reserves that title. While the females are more of a tawny color, the males have a bluish-grey coloring, hence the nickname. Their short horns lack the ring structure of many other antelope.… Read More Three Things You Didn’t Know About the Nilgai
An Historical Week, A Divided Nation | by Lisa Davis In the coming years, you will, no doubt, remember where you were on September 27, 2018, during the hearing likened to the “Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas” showdown of this generation. It has been a week-long circus of media madness and approximately four or so hours of… Read More An Historical Week | A Divided Nation
Huge Taxidermy Collection Up For Auction | Garrett Auctions of Texas Garrett Auctions presents :: Huge taxidermy collection up for auction! 86 mounts total! All taxidermy work done by Woodbury taxidermy in Ingram Tx. All taxidermy is in superb condition! This is a great collection that will be selling with no reserves! Also included in… Read More Huge Taxidermy Collection Up For Auction | Garrett Auctions of Texas
Hunting | How Young Is Too Young? What’s the appropriate age for a kid to start hunting? From my experience, most people throw around the ages 7, 8 and 9. But why are these the ages most people assume a child is ready to hunt? Is there even a “right” age? A kid can go… Read More Hunting | How Young Is Too Young?
Why Firearm Safety Is Important for Our Youth Gun control is always a hot topic debate. I don’t think there is anyone who doesn’t have an opinion about it. Then, you throw our children into this discussion and people feel even more passionate. For all gun owners, gun safety and storage are our highest priorities.… Read More Why Firearm Safety Is Important for Our Youth