Donated Deer Meat is NOT Tested for Lead
Article posted by C.A.S.H. Committee To Abolish Sport Hunting

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C.A.S.H. member, Herman Lenz of Iowa sent articles that made it clear that lead is used for most hunting in Iowa. Yet on the website of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, you’ll find this:

Have an extra deer at the end of the hunt? Maybe you bought an extra tag, to hunt longer? Consider donating to Iowa’s HUSH program. HUSH (Help Us Stop Hunger) works with 81 participating lockers to provide high quality meat to needy Iowans, through the Food Bank of Iowa.

Field dressed deer are skinned, de-boned and ground into two-pound packages…then distributed to local needy families. The program is funded by hunters, who pay a dollar surcharge with each deer tag purchase.
IOWA’S DNR SHOULD BE SUED!

If you don’t believe us, read Hunters Use Popular Program to Donate Deer Meat to Food Bank of Iowa

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