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Discussion in 'Whitetails General' started by Stan The Man, Feb 8, 2018.
I don't have an issue. I have a copy of the regulations that have not gone into effect.
As has been stated 100s of times, the regulations arent the issue, its the regulator.
I don't care how many times its been stated. It's been stated wrong since the whole thing starting with an injunction of new regulations because they didn't like the regulations.
Some people have made up opinions. I guess thats their right wven if they are wrong...
You are exercising that right as always.
Except mine isnt opinion. Its on record with the MO courts. The regs were never challenged, the regulator was.
They didn't file the injunction because the Mdc had just started regulating them . Lol
I would disagree Hawk, the pen ops don't want the MDC because they are afraid they will be held to higher standards!
They are only challenging the regulator because they don't like the proposed new regulations ! The regs will cost them money since the fences and testing would help protect the wild herd
They arent wildlife, so why would they settle for being regulated by a wildlife agency??
They likely didnt file the lawsuit because there wasnt supporting case law yet.
The current ones dont need additional fencing, and they already test.
They don't want to have to test and keep population records to verify the testing is being done. They also don't want to lose the ability to import more sick deer from where they have already been shipping them in from. They want everything voluntary with oversight that can be influenced politically so they can continue to manipulate it and avoid the public knowing how bad the disease is in the industry.
Big question is, do OOS landowners get more tags when in the CWD zone? We will all be in a CWD zone at some point.
I'm pretty sure the answer is yes. The extra tags can even be assigned.
They aren't wildlife, really? I'll give ya it is not fair chase hunting in an enclosure, and the animals are certainly not wild, but they are wildlife animal!
If cow, hog and domestic turkey operations had paying "hunter's", for lack of a better term, then you may be into something. But, you are just be being difficult, not surprising as you somehow think pen deer are fair chase.
Actually back in the days of the hog market crash there were farmers that were letting guys come shoot their own hog for $50. They hit a low of about $18 a head and the farmers were doing whatever it took to try to get some money out of them.
This also gets into a very shady area. If I can go out and shoot and butcher a steer that is standing and looking at me 5 feet away, then why not hunt/shoot a pen raised deer?
Shoot yes. Hunt no.