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« Reply #20 on: October 16, 2007, 01:44:01 PM »

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Reply #8 on: Today at 04:49:08 AM

In the dark ?

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edit: opps ! Looks like I have to re-set my time....it's an hour later than it says on my post...

Don't you guys turn your clocks back? Spring ahead/Fall back?

The sun was just coming over the mountains when I type that post. We haven't changed the time here yet.

Sunrise is: 7:35
Sunset is: 6:45

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« Reply #21 on: October 16, 2007, 04:45:51 PM »

Yes, we do the time change. But I think the States went with a two hour change ? Our calendar says we change one hour on Nov. 4th, back .

No idea what your Deer has/had. Still interested in it though.
Being hunting season, is it possible someone used an FMJ round on it, and that is why you can see no hole ?
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« Reply #22 on: October 16, 2007, 05:14:35 PM »

Wow, that looks like CWD.


After doing some research.....yes it does look like CWD!  I'm going to the DNR in the morning. If that's what it is, it appears that it can spread by saliva, that's a nice how do ya do!  This deer has been in my pics for over a month, but this is the first picture that it really showed up well.  

Pheasant Hollow, if that deer was not shot or struck by a car, the EHD and Blue Tongue diseases are running rampant this year from what I've read. Ohio has at least 24 counties reporting EHD this year, and I'm in one of them.

This may be of interest?:

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,1607,7-153-10370_12150_12220-26647--,00.html

http://fw.ky.gov/newsrelease.asp?nid=204&NavPath=C105C122C581C644

http://www.huntingnet.com/forum/tm.aspx?m=2319517&mpage=1

Map of reporting states:  http://www.uga.edu/scwds/HDVI2007.pdf



EHD Symptoms:

*Symptoms vary depending on virulence of the virus and resistance of the deer.
*Symptoms of EHD can be very similar to those of CWD, however CWD has not been found in KY.  EHD cases
   are well documented in KY, mostly in the late summer and fall.
*Acute form:
*Animals may appear feverish and depressed
*Have pronounced swelling of head, neck, tongue, and eyelids
*May have respiratory distress
*Internal hemorrhaging
*Highly virulent strains may cause death in 1-3 days.
*Carcasses often recovered near water.
*Chronic form:
*Survivors may exhibit evidence of lesions in mouth and in rumen lining
*Sloughing hooves (often seen in fall harvest)
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« Reply #23 on: October 16, 2007, 05:53:48 PM »

CWD (Chronic Wasting Disease)

After reports of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) surfaced in Wisconsin in 2002, Ohio began targeted monitoring of its deer herd. No sign of CWD has been found here.


Where has it occurred?
In 1967, Chronic Wasting Disease was first detected in deer in northeast Colorado. CWD has not been found in Ohio. As of August 2007, it has been diagnosed in wild or captive deer and/or elk in Colorado, Wyoming, Wisconsin, South Dakota, New Mexico, Utah, Nebraska, Saskatchewan, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Illinois, Kansas, Montana, New York, West Virginia, and Alberta.

Wheewww....looks like I may be in the clear on the CWD!!
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« Reply #24 on: October 16, 2007, 09:14:14 PM »

Chuck, just had a look of your Deer on page one. I've never seen a Deer in that condition. You sure CWD is not NOW in your State ?
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« Reply #25 on: October 16, 2007, 09:35:21 PM »

Chuck, just had a look of your Deer on page one. I've never seen a Deer in that condition. You sure CWD is not NOW in your State ?

:???:  Don't know, I'm taking picture to the Department of Natural Resources in the morning and see what they have to say.  Regardless of what they may have to say..........it may have to be removed from the herd.  :wink:

Although some of the facts do state....."Symptoms of EHD can be very similar to those of CWD"

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« Reply #26 on: October 16, 2007, 09:59:15 PM »

I have invited a felllow here to (hopefully) add to this topic......
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« Reply #27 on: October 16, 2007, 10:22:15 PM »

Chuck, that deer is gross. lol. Something wrong with him for sure.

Steve, I've have seen animals like that before and I think that one of the above posters maybe right, looks like he's been hit by a car. Would explain the interal bleeding (causing the swelling the in the rear) and the fur to be coming off on one side. Also the bruising, bile under the skin. After reading the symptoms for CWD he's missing the swelling around the head.
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« Reply #28 on: October 17, 2007, 03:27:19 AM »

Yes, we do the time change. But I think the States went with a two hour change ? Our calendar says we change one hour on Nov. 4th, back .

No idea what your Deer has/had. Still interested in it though.
Being hunting season, is it possible someone used an FMJ round on it, and that is why you can see no hole ?

Reeves,

We use to change the clocks back 1hr on the last Saturday in OCT. Now I am not sure. Some time now in Nov.

There is no evidence of any foul play. Nothing.

I have a pond on the backside of the hill the deer came down on. The deer was in a dried up creek bed.

I went out yesterday and walk my whole creek bed along the front of the property looking for any other deer laying there for some comparison. Nothing was found dead.

I also look around the upper part of the property and the back 300ac. and the side 25ac and along my neighbors creek front, again nothing found dead within any water source.

I am waiting on an email answer as to cause of death.

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« Reply #29 on: October 17, 2007, 03:39:25 AM »

Chuck, that deer is gross. lol. Something wrong with him for sure.

Steve, I've have seen animals like that before and I think that one of the above posters maybe right, looks like he's been hit by a car. Would explain the interal bleeding (causing the swelling the in the rear) and the fur to be coming off on one side. Also the bruising, bile under the skin. After reading the symptoms for CWD he's missing the swelling around the head.

This deer was not in any auto collision,  As I stated to Reeves, the deer had come down the back side of the hill from my back pond. Most deer collisions on my road will normally stay within the creek area on the front of my property, or make it just to the other side. I have a 10 foot creek bottom when there is no water in the creek.

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