Originally Posted by squirrelhunter
I've never even bought a bag of corn
.........probably because baiting is illegal here,I'm not a farmer,don't have a garden so I have no use for 1
The camo makeup I use comes off with soap and water
It's not bait, it's spillage. If the grain is scattered down a tractor path or a path to a livestock pen, no one can call it baiting. There are no laws against hunting over crops left in the field or spilled while being transported.
You don't hunt right over the spillage. You hunt the trails going to the spillage. If you shoot a deer over the spillage the rest of the deer will go nocturnal when they feed on the spillage.
For dove hunting I have seen people plant sunflowers. A week or so before dove season opens they bushhog the sunflowers. The crop wouldn't grade out as acceptable or the market closed before the sunflowers matured. Both are acceptable farming practices and can not be called baiting.