Posted 19 September 2018 - 07:08 AM
I've had couple deer whith whitish spots all over the livers , one of which a warden came along with a wildlife biologist tagging along on his daily drive , both helped me load it up on my truck then the biologist asked if I'd allow him take measurements and samples of hair , saliva and small pice of meat , asked where the gut piles was to examine it , told him I had the heart and liver , showed it to him in the cooler , said throw out the liver don't eat with whitish spots on it , would only say there was several environmental factors that cause it but would not get into the exact causes when I asked exact Environmental issues what caused it . Only said it could make you sick and don't feed it to your pets either, what ever the issues were he would only say it builds up in the liver of the animal since it's the bodies filter .
I then asked if CWD ( Cronic Wasting Disease) was part of it and he ignored the question and just took his samples , Makes ya wonder if part of the reason Deer populations never Rebounded properly in parts of the province are there health and environmental issues in the heard found only in areas numbers are low or otherwise . Sure habitat loss is big part , but what other things are there we are not being told .
I'm just a Lone Wolf Red Neck !