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The Impact of GMO's on Missouri Whitetails

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  1. GPS1504

    GPS1504 New Member

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    Aug 10, 2014
    GPS1504 submitted a new Article:

    The Impact of GMO's on Missouri Whitetails

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  2. Wooddust

    Wooddust Well-Known Member

    Jul 26, 2003
    So, what is the GMO Impact on Missouri Whitetails?
     

  3. BradN11

    BradN11 Senior Member

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    Dec 6, 2013
    NEMO
    This is absolutely horrible and offensive to our farm families and the agriculture industry as a whole. I cant believe something so unscientific and full of BS is allowed on the front page of a website about hunting. Just terrible...wow
     
  4. trapperBR549

    trapperBR549 Well-Known Member

    May 17, 2007
    mo
    I have seen good members get banned from the site for posting more intelligent things than this pile of crap. Who is this ******nozzle gsanders anyway?
     
  5. mx1alex

    mx1alex #HFBO

    Mar 26, 2008
    #HFBO
    This needs be removed. The author clearly has no understanding of agriculture or the science of modern plant breeding.
     
  6. mx1alex

    mx1alex #HFBO

    Mar 26, 2008
    #HFBO
    @trapperBR549 x2
     
  7. trapperBR549

    trapperBR549 Well-Known Member

    May 17, 2007
    mo
    @mx1alex, I caught that. :) And now the forums are down.It would be nice to get the texicans back.
     
  8. Bajacoop

    Bajacoop Senior Member

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    Apr 6, 2009
    SouthEast Missouri
    SO was there a single fact in that "article" related to actual issues caused by GMO's?????
     
  9. dsarchette

    dsarchette New Member

    Nov 18, 2009
    Belle, Mo.
    When a site is run for and by the dollar---the dollar wins
     
  10. Tbone78

    Tbone78 New Member

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    Feb 24, 2014
    I have been saying this for a long time....GMO are a big issue as is pesticides and herbicides use. Also if you look hard enough you can find pesticides spills in the waterways of Wyoming where many Elk died from CWD. In 1950 the US produced 3 billion bushel of corn, now produce 13 billion bushel with less farmland. China rejected 908,800 T of US corn in 5 months due to a bad GMO strain. Most seed company are owned by chemical companies. With the continued outbreak of CWD, more antlered doe harvested and deformities there is definitely an issue. We see more and more states with CWD, the Conservation and DRN's idea it to eradicate the deer population. CWD was first found in the 1960's and all we know is it's transferred through a deer's bodily waste, saliva, and once it's at a certain location it stays infected. http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2005/3088/ http://prion2015.org/2015/03/13/cwd-32-miles-from-yellowstone-national-park http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/25/china-corn-usa-idUSL4N0MM0KY20140325 http://www.motherjones.com/tom-philpott/2012/09/gmo-corn-rat-tumor
     
  11. rat

    rat Legbone

    Dec 13, 2005
    Tbone... all of that has been debunked. China rejected corn only because it contained a trait that had not been approved yet in China, not because it was bad or dangerous. Furthermore, to connect GMO and CWD is preposterous, there simply is no credible evidence to support that. And thanks for the belly laugh I got out of the motherjones article. So many references to previously debunked and junk science. Anything authored by Seralini should be dismissed on the face of it. He is one of the most disproven scientific hacks slinging arrows at glyphosate and GMOs there is. And its a shame, because his entire career can only be spent swimming around in the same septic tank of deceit he created because his credibility in the REAL scientific community is zero, zilch, nada.