The lurching, pack-traveling man-eaters are apparently threatening the 500,000 hunters that are not used to being the prey portion of a hunting equation. But thankfully someone at the MO DOC with a startlingly good sense of humor is looking to tip the scales back in human's favor with a survival guide.
The finest passage comes in the section entitled, Hunter/Outdoor Safety:
Avoid cauliflower fields. Since cauliflowers appear brain-like, they often lure zombies.
The cheeky post is filled with actual hunter safety information and calls attention to another invasive species — feral hogs (which like zombies, should apparently be shot on sight). And it's nice to see nature's most important resource — mankind — being protected.
Kudos to the Missouri Department of Conservation, this is one conversation effort that all humans can get behind. And you, still human readers, think about bookmarking that page — just in case you've still got WiFi access when the zombies do come and you're trying to remember whether or not it's safe to take cover in that cabbage patch.