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  1. prairie hunter

    prairie hunter Elite Refuge Member

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    Yep the good old flu just hops back and forth between poultry, swine and I suppose other animals ... especially in areas where people chose to live in close proximetry to said animals.
     
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    Can't speak for Vegas, but ND will fill up once they drop the age. Millenials and younger are getting shots in droves. They all want and hope to get their social lives back ... concerts, bars, parties ... without the fear of killing gramma at the next family reunion.
     
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    What are you talking about ?

    20,733 is the number of nonresident waterfowl hunting licenses sold in ND in 2020. Far below any peak number.

    That said, overall pressure could have increased because those 20,733 licensed hunters spent more days in ND chasing ducks, geese and I suppose coots.
     
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    Those would simply all be replacement signs and maybe a last time buy if ND decides to follow SK.
     
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    Back then those orphaned by the Spanish Flu had to move on to live with relatives or neighbors. Happened to many in the Dakotas too as soldiers returned from WWI and infected even those living in very small towns across the prairie.
     
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    Did some look'n. Nevada is below average in vaccination count, but close enough (fractions) that they are about average. Dakotas are at the top ... so they must have plenty to go around in ND.
     
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    I had a couple falls where we were suppled with free steel shot in exchange
    for sampling our ducks for avian influenza.
    (Hope I will be able to purchase steel shot next fall...)
     
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    Even vaccinated they can spread the virus. If they believe getting vaccinated prevents getting covid and saving grandma, they've drank the kool-aid. Let those who feel they need to get vaccinated, do so. Mandating vaccines for all is simply ludicrous. Fearing that all need to be vaccinated insinuates that you really don't believe the vaccine works. If you're vaccinated, why should you worry about me giving covid to you since you are already "protected ", as in vaccinated.

    Prarie hunter, when I say you, I'm not implying you specifically but rather all the sheepel who have to post pictures on social media patting themselves on the back wanting a trophy.
     
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    Vaccinations eliminated polio and small pox.
    Vaccination success against diphtheria, tetanus, cholera,
    plague, typhoid, tuberculosis, measles are other examples.

    Vaccination stimulates the production of the body's natural antibodies
    without the health risk of actually getting COVID-19.

    It will not eliminate COVID-19 from the world
    but it will reduce the number of deaths and hospitalizations,
    effectively accelerate getting life back to normal.

    75% of Alaskan residents age65+ have now received at least their first vaccination.
     

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