Chestnuts with chronic disease (CWD) have been found to be infected with western cancers.
According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), four farm animals have been positive since positives have been positive since the last single test has been positive.
In total, seven deer farms have so far had a positive CWD. In the first case, they were found in a single deer on September 10. However, it is the first occurrence of CWD in Québec.
CWD sources believe Bouelos believe that the CFIA and the Québec authorities do not confirm.
CWD affects the nervous system of the deer and haws. They eliminate and disappear thirst over time and eventually die. CWD-infected deer in the early stages of the disease do not show symptoms, and often appear healthy. Ministries of the Québec Regional Bulletin, Wildlife and Parks (MFFP) believe that CWD is not usually detected in the first 12 months of the infection.
In addition to CFIA efforts to eliminate infected flocks, MFFP has set up a control zone, collecting wild deer and hunting is prohibited. There are not wild CWD cases found, they were white-deer and tested.
An enhanced monitoring area surrounds the control area. All deer hunted in this area must be tested on one of the installed stations. One of these stations is located in the 148th town of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge. Others are in Brownsburg-Chatham and St-André-d-Argenteuil butchers.
There are no CWD cases found in humans that eat contaminated flesh. However, Health Canada and United States Disease Control and Prevention Centers recommend eating meat that can contaminate them.
For the three new CWD cases, the MFFP has decided to expand monitoring and control areas. Originally completed on November 18, but at least until mid-December.
MFFP has had a good partnership while landlords, hunters and butchers work hard to control and sustain CWD employees. Cooperation is important and must continue to prevent further violence.
A public information session takes place on Thursday afternoon (November 29, 2018), at the headquarters of the MFFP headquartered in the CWD state. It starts at 7:00 pm at Séminaire du Sacré-Cœur, located at 148 in the year 2738, in the Pointe-au-Chêne Grenville-sur-la-Rouge area.
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James Morgan is an independent assistant. She has worked on several print and broadcast media. James loves history, natural beauty and people from eastern Ontario and Québec.