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2S &YPP Published by BS Central 515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230 406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578 [email protected] V o l . 4 , N o . 1 2 6 T u e s d ay, Au gu st 1 1 , 2 0 1 5 In September 2014 we did a spread highlighting Mitch Etchart’s fun- filled trip to the 50th Annual Reno National Championship Air Races where he would meet up with his friend Bob Button, self-proclaimed psycho and owner of of the most famous wings of the areal racing world, a vintage WW II P-51 Mustang named “Voodoo”. His daughter Paulette had this huge full-color poster made as a keepsake in May of this year, signed by Bob Button. The Reno Air Races began in 1964, and Mitch has been to an amazing 48 of the 50 races, soon to be 49 of 51 races as he already has his tickets for the world’s fastest motor sport slated for September 16-20. And would you believe it? Today, August 11th, happens to be Mitch’s 94th birthday. Hopefully Bob Button will have a cold Old Mil Light ready for Mitch when he arrives in Reno next month. Happy birthday, Mitch! Off to the Races!

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Off to the Races!In September 2014 wedid a spread highlightingMitchEtchartsfunfilled trip to the 50thAnnual Reno NationalChampionship Air Raceswhere he would meet upwith his friend Bob Button,self-proclaimed psychoand owner of of the mostfamous wings of the arealracing world, a vintageWW II P-51 Mustangnamed Voodoo. Hisdaughter Paulette hadthis huge full-color postermade as a keepsake inMay of this year, signedby Bob Button. The RenoAir Races began in 1964,and Mitch has been toan amazing 48 of the 50races, soon to be 49 of 51races as he already hashis tickets for the worldsfastest motor sport slatedfor September 16-20.And would you believeit? Today, August 11th,happens to be Mitchs94th birthday. HopefullyBob Button will have acold Old Mil Light readyfor Mitch when he arrivesin Reno next month.Happy birthday, Mitch!

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The Scotty football camp for 8th grade and down washeld last week. Head coach for the 7th & 8th graders isDan Dale, former varsity head coach (at left in the back).Varsity Head Coach Greg Liebelt, also in the photo,says the Scotty football camps had an awesome turnout

with over 80 campers (only 24 high schoolers showedup). Coach Liebelt also said that this 7th & 8th gradegroup is loaded with talent and hopes they all stick withthe program. Right now they seem to have the wholepackage, he said of size, depth, and great skills.

Last chance clinic next Tuesday

The Valley County Health Department is havingtheir last Back to School vaccination clinic on Tuesday,August 18 from 2:00 - 5:45 pm. The last Montana legislative session revised theschool immunization requirements so if you haveany questions, or have been contacted by the VCHD,please call them at 228-6261 to find out your childsimmunization status.


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Bison meeting reminder

State wildlife officials are in the middle of hostingpublic hearings to discuss and take comment on a draftenvironmental impact statement for bison conservationand management in Montana. For the Region 6 area, theupcoming hearing will be held in Malta on Wednesday,August 19th at the Malta High School from 6 to 9 p.m. Bison are currently designated as both a wildlifespecies in need of management and a species in need ofdisease control in Montana. The draft statewide bisonconservation and management EIS, prepared by MontanaFish, Wildlife & Parks, considers the possibility of bisonrestoration somewhere in Montana where animals couldbe managed as a native species. While no site-specific area is examined, the draftoffers four alternatives. The no action alternative callsfor no further action to restore bison at this time. Thethree other alternatives consider restoration of a publiclymanaged bison herd on: private and/or public lands of willing landowners; tribal lands; and/or a large landscape with minimal livestock conflicts. Potential impacts are evaluated for each alternativebut in lieu of site-specific areas, the draft EIS displays casestudies from Montana, Utah, Alaska and Canada to illustratescenarios. The case studies reflect the general guidelines forbison restoration discussed in the draft document. Selection of any alternative that calls for bisonrestoration would require further analysis through a sitespecific environmental assessment. For more information, or to comment online, visitFWPs website at Click on Bison EIS. The draftEIS will be available for 90 days of public comment through5 p.m. on Sept. 11. Comments can be mailed to: BisonConservation and Management EIS; Montana Fish, Wildlife& Parks; P.O. Box 200701; Helena, MT 59620-0701. A finalrecord of decision would likely be finalized early next year.

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Foot and Mouth Disease-FMD

FMD is a very contagious viral disease of clovenhoofed animals, wild and domestic. It causes high fever,lameness so severe the animal often refuses to stand, severeslobbering, and refusal of food. Most animals recoverafter an outbreak, but the disease can lead to permanentlyunhealthy individuals. The viral strain involved and thespecies sickened causes wide variations in signs of theinitial disease and the lingering after effects. Just like theannual debate about which flu strain will be prevalent thiswinter, the disease strain can vary.The United States (US) wants free trade. Soon we willbegin importing fresh and frozen beef from Argentinaand Brazil. That meat may carry live FMD virus as thosecountries have endemic FMD and attempt to control itthrough vaccination. Such importation was never allowedbefore. At a Montana (MT) veterinary meeting, I wastold that the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) nowplans to attempt vaccination of domestic animals whenFMD is introduced, rather than eradication of FMD aswas previously mandated. I was told I should write theUSDA. I already had - my letter was not acknowledged. Ialso attempted to phone but the good Dr. K. is away fromher desk, and she does not return phone calls from PodunkMT. The USDA ignores its own knowledgeable advisors,such as Gilles Stockton, so their reluctance to even discussthe issue should not be a surprise. My county agent friendcontacted the scientist planning the emergency responseto FMD introduction. When wildlife was mentioned, thescientist said there was no money for wildlife plans.The sad fact is that wildlife will be sickened and willspread the virus. Feral hogs are in about 40 of our statesand they know no boundaries, to say nothing of all of ourcloven hoofed wild ruminants. I, for one, like to see thehealthy deer, elk, antelope, moose, and bighorn sheep inour area. I believe the Fort Peck tribal members can tellyou what it was like to have chronically lame bison (fire,not FMD, but the same effect). Increased winter kill due tounthrifty survivors of FMD is not a desirable option, either.I decided to call wildlife/conservation/environmentalorganizations. First, an answering machine tells you howto contribute to the organization. When I connected witha real person, no one seemed to understand that there wasa problem. The World Wildlife Fund supports protectingranch livestock from FMD because ranch families areexcellent stewards of our wild lands. If possible, I askedto speak to someone familiar with wildlife diseases. Iwas connected to a zoo veterinarian. He seemed totallyconfused and flat told me that the USDA would never allowa harmful disease to be imported. This was the same time

that they discovered porcine epidemic disease (PED) virushad been imported in swine feed from China! This man wasa fellow veterinarian and his organization included wildlifeand conservation in its name. However, we were absolutelynot on the same page! I said, I guess this wont affect youyou can vaccinate your zoo animals. That brought a burstof enthusiasmOh, yes! he said. I imagine he gets paidpretty well for vaccinating giraffes and rare ruminants.I did manage to talk to a real person on most of that list.I am also proud to say the only person who understoodthe problem was Tom from the MT Rocky Mountain ElkFoundation. He said he had no idea that fresh and frozenmeat was infective. He knew that thousands of deer werekilled and buried (my reference says 22,000 head) withcattle in the last US outbreak in California. He thought hewould contact some other organizations.I guess that FMD will never qualify as an icon, a romanticsymbol, cute and cuddly, wild and free, a save-it-to-burnproject, or any of the other great scientific fundraiserpossibilities. However, I am going to feel free to raise myhand and question the sincerity of some conservation andsave-our-wildlife statements and ask, Do you really care?FMD facts can be checked on the internet, after all. You donthave to believe anything someone tells you on the phone! ~ Rose Stoneberg, D.V.M.Hinsdale MT



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