Wildlife disease and much more HSB162

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    Already assigned to a subcommittee.

    Representative Anne Osmundson, District 56 (Allamakee and most of Clayton County) Email: Anne.Osmundson@legis.iowa.gov Legislative page: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislators/legislator?ga=88&personID=27029

    Representative Terry Baxter, District 8 (Hancock, Wright and parts of Kossuth Counties) Email: Terry.Baxter@legis.iowa.gov Legislative page: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislators/legislator?ga=88&personID=13796

    Representative Wes Breckenridge, District 29 (parts of Jasper County including Newton, Colfax and Prairie City) Email: Wes.Breckenridge@legis.iowa.gov Legislative page: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislators/legislator?ga=88&personID=18033
     
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    Passed subcommittee. It is my understanding that several parts of the bill that were not germane to wildlife diseases were dropped.
     
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    So the way this bill is written, I cannot go to South Dakota (Home State) and bring back my deer intact. I would either need to process the deer completely before leaving the state OR bring home only the skull plate. Am I reading that correctly?
     
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    Is South Dakota a CWD area? If so than you would need to bone out the meat and the skull plate needs to be free of brain or neurologic tissue. If the area you shot the deer in is not a CWD area then you can bring it back.
     
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    ALL my deer prior to college were tested for CWD via state surveillance. You were supposed to keep your meat in the freezer until the results were back. There wasn’t a lot, but enough. I’m not sure if there’s still a problem or not, I haven’t kept tabs on it since I left the state 14 years ago.
     
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    Popular thought going around that deer breeders (one in particular) have convinced the Speaker not to move this bill. I have heard it from several different sources.
     

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