DNR clarifies what constitutes deer-baiting September 29, 2011 Michigan

DNR clarifies what constitutes deer-baitingSeptember 29, 2011 Michigan, Royal Oak Daily Tribune

... outside of ... the six-county tuberculosis area in the northeast Lower Peninsula, baiting deer will once again be allowed in the Lower Peninsula. ... some baiting restrictions still apply... Such concentration increases contact among animals, which is of concern because it can increase the chance that undetected diseases – such as bovine tuberculosis or chronic wasting disease – may quickly grow to a problematic level before any action is possible... the quantity of bait is limited to no more than two gallons per hunting site. ..  the bait must be spread over a 100-square-foot area. 

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