I just got off the phone with a USDA employee that is involved with depopulating a customer's deer herd next month. During that conversation she reconfirmed our suspicions, they don't know chit about CWD, that they are willing to admit anyway. I had to question her about the method of depopulating the herd and they have to wait for their sharpshooters to be available to shoot these deer. Does that not piss anyone else off? One of the things they believe to be true is that, CWD is transmitted by being exposed to bodily fluids and it remains in the soil for an indefinite amount of time and remains viable to boot. WTH???? Why the hell would they spill the exact fluids that transmit the disease verses injection. with minimal fluid leak, if any. Nothing more than urine., which is farther removed from the brain than blood. The protocol is, the fence has to remain up for 7 years without any deer in it.