A couple of questions have arisen on another thread and since I don't know the answers but would like to (and can find no previous post giving the answers). Here they are on a new thread of their own.
How frequently are the pair of drugs Immobilon and Revivon used on wild deer in Scotland?
And.... given that immobilon is so toxic that meat from a beast treated with it must be withdrawn from human consumption for, I believe, a minimum of 28 days (though I stand to be corrected on this also)
How, if it's even possible at all, would a Stalker be able to distinguish/ascertain if a wild deer (when confronted in the "wild") had been treated with this pair of drugs?
My own suspicion is that it almost never happens and if it ever did the animal in question would require to not be released back into the wild until at least the minimum withdrawal period had passed.
Can anyone advise?