TAHC Chapter 40, Chronic Wasting Disease Terry Singeltary Comment Submission

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  1. TAHC 409TH COMMISSION MEETING JUNE 29, 2021 CWD CALL FOR SPECIAL MEETING DENIED, DELAYED TO NEXT MEETING

    TAHC 409TH COMMISSION MEETING CWD TSE PRION JUNE 29, 2021

    TAHC 409TH COMMISSION MEETING JUNE 29, 2021

    MEETING starts out by a Commissioner questioning why the first presenter did not address CWD, and speaker said that Dr. Susan Rollo would speak on CWD, and that a nice lady TAHC Commissioner (no named mentioned) that was very concerned about CWD, and she called for a special meeting on CWD, but she was shot down by another lady that said that would not be possible, that cwd would have to be address at next meeting. passing the buck again...so sad. here's what i wrote down.

    CWD DR. SUSAN ROLLO MINUTE MARK 59:20

    MARCH 23, 2021

    5 CWD POSTIVE AT 2 DIFFERENT FACLITIES OWNED BY SAME OWNER UVALDE COUNTY

    TO DATE, 7 POSITIVE CWD AT UVALDE FACILITY 1

    AND

    15 POSITIVE CWD AT FACILITY 2, WHICH IS A 4TH YEAR CERTIFIED HERD. WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF DEPOPULATION OF THIS HERD.

    1 DOE WAS POSITIVE HUNT COUNTY

    SEE FULL MEETING OVER 4 HOURS, and it's very discouraging;



    Texas Kimble County Farm Chronic Wasting Disease CWD TSE Prion Approximate Herd Prevalence 12%

    Texas Kimble County Farm Chronic Wasting Disease CWD TSE Prion Approximate Herd Prevalence 12%

    SUMMARY MINUTES OF THE 407th COMMISSION MEETING Texas Animal Health Commission
    September 22, 2020

    Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD):

    A new CWD positive breeding herd was disclosed in February 2020 in Kimble County. This herd depopulation was completed in July 2020. Including the two index positive deer, an additional eight more positive deer were disclosed (approximate herd prevalence 12%). Since July 2015 and prior to this discovery, five positive captive breeder herds have been disclosed and four of those are in Medina County. One herd in Lavaca and three herds in Medina County were depopulated leaving one large herd in Medina County that is managed on a herd plan. A new zone was established in Val Verde County in December 2019 as a result of a positive free-ranging White-tailed Deer (WTD). A second positive WTD was also disclosed in February 2020 in the same area.

    https://www.tahc.texas.gov/agency/meetings/minutes/Minutes_CommMtg_2020-09-22.pdf

    “Regrettably, the gravity of this situation continues to mount with these new CWD positive discoveries, as well as with the full understanding of just how many other facilities and release sites across Texas were connected to the CWD positive sites in Uvalde and Hunt Counties,” said Carter Smith, Executive Director of TPWD.

    https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/releases/?req=20210514a

    https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/releases/?req=20210331b

    TAHC Chapter 40, Chronic Wasting Disease Terry Singeltary Comment Submission

    ***> 1st and foremost your biggest problem is 'VOLUNTARY'! AS with the BSE 589.2001 FEED REGULATIONS, especially since it is still voluntary with cervid, knowing full well that cwd and scrapie will transmit to pigs by oral route. VOLUNTARY DOES NOT WORK! all animal products should be banned and be made mandatory, and the herd certification program should be mandatory, or you don't move cervid. IF THE CWD HERD CERTIFICATION IS NOT MANDATORY, it will be another colossal tse prion failure from the start.

    ***> 2nd USA should declare a Declaration of Extraordinary Emergency due to CWD, and all exports of cervid and cervid products must be stopped internationally, and there should be a ban of interstate movement of cervid, until a live cwd test is available.

    ***> 3rd Captive Farmed cervid ESCAPEES should be made mandatory to report immediately, and strict regulations for those suspect cwd deer that just happen to disappear. IF a cervid escapes and is not found, that farm should be indefinitely shut down, all movement, until aid MIA cervid is found, and if not ever found, that farm shut down permanently.

    ***> 4th Captive Farmed Cervid, INDEMNITY, NO MORE Federal indemnity program, or what i call, ENTITLEMENT PROGRAM for game farm industry. NO MORE BAIL OUTS FROM TAX PAYERS. if the captive industry can't buy insurance to protect not only themselves, but also their customers, and especially the STATE, from Chronic Wasting Disease CWD TSE Prion or what some call mad deer disease and harm therefrom, IF they can't afford to buy that insurance that will cover all of it, then they DO NOT GET A PERMIT to have a game farm for anything. This CWD TSE Prion can/could/has caused property values to fall from some reports in some places. roll the dice, how much is a state willing to lose?

    ***> 5th QUARANTINE OF ALL FARMED CAPTIVE, BREEDERS, URINE, ANTLER, VELVET, SPERM, OR ANY FACILITY, AND THEIR PRODUCTS, that has been confirmed to have Chronic Wasting Disease CWD TSE Prion, the QUARANTINE should be for 21 years due to science showing what scrapie can do. 5 years is NOT near long enough. see; Infectious agent of sheep scrapie may persist in the environment for at least 16 to 21 years.

    ***> 6th America BSE 589.2001 FEED REGULATIONS CWD TSE Prion

    ***> 7TH TRUCKING TRANSPORTING CERVID CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE TSE PRION VIOLATING THE LACEY ACT

    ***> 8TH ALL CAPTIVE FARMING CERVID OPERATIONS MUST BE INSURED TO PAY FOR ANY CLEAN UP OF CWD AND QUARANTINE THERE FROM FOR THE STATE, NO MORE ENTITLEMENT PROGRAM FOR CERVID GAME FARMING PAY TO PLAY FOR CWD TSE PRION OFF THE TAX PAYERS BACK.

    ***> 9TH ANY STATE WITH DOCUMENTED CWD, INTERSTATE, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT OF ALL CERVID, AND ALL CERVID PRODUCTS MUST BE HALTED!

    ***> 10TH BAN THE SALE OF STRAW BRED BUCKS AND ALL CERVID SEMEN AND URINE PRODUCTS

    ***> 11th ALL CAPTIVE FARMED CERVID AND THEIR PRODUCTS MUST BE CWD TSE PRION TESTED ANNUALLY AND BEFORE SALE FOR CWD TSE PRION

    SEE FULL SCIENCE REFERENCES AND REASONINGS ;
    Control of Chronic Wasting Disease OMB Control Number: 0579-0189 APHIS-2021-0004 Singeltary Submission

    https://www.regulations.gov/comment/APHIS-2021-0004-0002

    https://downloads.regulations.gov/APHIS-2021-0004-0002/attachment_1.pdf

    Docket No. APHIS-2018-0011 Chronic Wasting Disease Herd Certification

    https://www.regulations.gov/document/APHIS-2018-0011-0003

    https://downloads.regulations.gov/APHIS-2018-0011-0003/attachment_1.pdf

    5 or 6 years quarantine is NOT LONG ENOUGH FOR CWD TSE PRION !!!

    QUARANTINE NEEDS TO BE 21 YEARS FOR CWD TSE PRION !

    FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 2021

    Should Property Evaluations Contain Scrapie, CWD, TSE PRION Environmental Contamination of the land?

    ***> Confidential!!!!

    ***> As early as 1992-3 there had been long studies conducted on small pastures containing scrapie infected sheep at the sheep research station associated with the Neuropathogenesis Unit in Edinburgh, Scotland. Whether these are documented...I don't know. But personal recounts both heard and recorded in a daily journal indicate that leaving the pastures free and replacing the topsoil completely at least 2 feet of thickness each year for SEVEN years....and then when very clean (proven scrapie free) sheep were placed on these small pastures.... the new sheep also broke out with scrapie and passed it to offspring. I am not sure that TSE contaminated ground could ever be free of the agent!! A very frightening revelation!!!

    ---end personal email---end...tss

    https://transmissiblespongiformence...1/04/should-property-evaluations-contain.html

    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2021

    TAHC Chapter 40, Chronic Wasting Disease Terry Singeltary Comment Submission

    https://chronic-wasting-disease.blogspot.com/2021/08/tahc-chapter-40-chronic-wasting-disease.html

    terry