Normal Agricultural Operations and Dove Hunting: How to Legally Provide Food Sources and Improve Hunting Opportunities
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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What is a "normal" agricultural operation and what does it have to do with hunting? The answers to these questions lie at the intersection of common farming practices and state and federal game regulations. This publication explains how to use planted forage to increase the likelihood that doves will visit a particular area-without being guilty of "baiting" which is illegal. Topics include what exactly constitutes baiting, forage site and crop selection, and planting and manipulation strategies. (4 Pages)
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