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Chronic wasting disease continues to spread in cervids

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Chronic wasting disease (CWD) continues to threaten deer and elk populations as it has been detected in free-ranging cervids in 34 states and four provinces and in captive cervid facilities in 19 states and three provinces.

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Claims about meat, poultry products come under greater USDA scrutiny

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Department of Agriculture is stepping up efforts to ensure the veracity of claims about food animal products marketed as "free range" and "antibiotic free."

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What is the root cause of the environmental problems caused by free-ranging, stray, and feral pets?

Reddit Animals

Solutions like trap-neuter-return don't seem to address the root of the them. submitted by /u/This_Caterpillar_330 [link] [comments]

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Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer

10,000 Birds

They argue for the elimination of free-range cats entirely. Marra and Chris Santella, authors of Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer (Princeton University Press, 212 pp.,

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Witch Hunt or Just Prosecution?

10,000 Birds

An online lecture by Dauphine is entitled “apocalypse meow – free ranging cats and the destruction of American wildlife.” Dauphine works at the National Zoo studying wild birds, where her research has focused on one of birds’ enemies: cats.

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Afforestation

10,000 Birds

The neighbors had advised me, from experience, that planting trees without excluding the local free-ranging livestock would be an exercise in futility: first challenge overcome.) I started afforesting our church lot in 2016, just after we were able to fence it.

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Trader Joe's Eggs NOT Humane

Critter News

I decided to look online for some information regarding the "Organic Free Range Eggs" that Trader Joe's, my favorite store, sells. Now customers looking for cage-free eggs need to look no further than the Trader Joe's label. But are they really free-range eggs? Here is what their web site says.

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