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Mar 16, 2018


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John Reynolds

I believe there is also some evidence that plants take up the misshapen prion. That means that when an infected deer dies the lush grass it produces can possibly infect the deer that are drawn to the lush grass. Or possibly the prion could be picked up by a corn plant or lettuce plant.

It's like watching a slow moving train wreck with the GOP at the controls.

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