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Jul 2 17 7:10 AM

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FYI: The word TWR uses is “ bait “

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No person shall make use of bait to take wildlife unless the bait has been removed and any electronic feeder disabled at least 10 days prior to hunting.”


Bait:

1.

food used to entice fish or other animals as prey.

"herrings make excellent bait for pike"

And I add: feed, salt and mineral salt makes excellent bait for deer. Does it not?

What part of this don't you understand?

https://www.tn.gov/twra/article/hunting-equipment-methods

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Jul 2 17 4:58 PM

Title 70  Wildlife Resources  
Chapter 4  Miscellaneous Regulations  
Part 1  Hunting and Fishing


Tenn. Code Ann. § 70-4-113  (2017)


70-4-113.  Use of bait, pitfalls and certain other devices in taking birds and animals prohibited -- Penalty -- Exceptions.

  (a) It is unlawful for any person at any time to make use of any pitfall, deadfall, cage, snare, trap, net, baited hooks, poison, chemicals, explosives, set guns, spotlights, electric lights or torches, bait, which includes any grain, or mixture of any ingredients, used as or for food purposes, or other devices for the purpose of killing, injuring, or capturing any birds or animals protected by the wildlife laws of this state, except as otherwise expressly provided.

http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/tncode/

SL 345 That covers salt & mineral blocks.

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Jul 4 17 4:39 PM

deer sulfur range of 0.12-0.18

Sulfur is a major constituent of amino acids, DNA and RNA. Sulfur can be found in the tendons and cartilage of deer, and it’s important for hair growth. If forage is within a range of 0.12-0.18 percent sulfur, that’s adequate. However, sulfur can be quite toxic at high levels, as evidenced by its use to control pests such as ticks and chiggers.

Read more:
http://www.northamericanwhitetail.com/land-management/minerals-what-do-whitetail-need-part-1/#ixzz4lufMSRoY

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Jul 5 17 10:35 AM

All about minerals


And there you have it. That is what I use to supplement my deer herd and feed my cattle herd while keeping their sulfur intake to a minimum and raising their copper intake and protecting the health of all other wildlife that may/will feed on it.


See below for every thing you may want to know about minerals.


Quote: “ B. Sulfur (S) levels were high. Sulfur limits copper availability to cattle. Sulfur


concentrations in forage were variable, but were consistently within the range


considered to be antagonistic to copper availability (levels above 0.25 percent


are considered antagonistic). Sulfur (S) was considered at least marginally


antagonistic to copper in 89.3 percent of the samples.”


http://trace.tennessee.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1003&context=utk_agexani

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Jul 6 17 6:57 AM

Health effects of sulphur

All living things need sulphur. It is especially important for humans because it is part of the amino acid methionine, which is an absolute dietary requirement for us. The amino acid cysteine also contains sulphur. The average person takes in around 900 mg of sulphur per day, mainly in the form of protein.

Elemental sulphur is not toxic, but many simple sulphur derivates are, such as sulphur dioxide (SO2) and hydrogen sulfide.

Sulfur can be found commonly in nature as sulphides. During several processes sulfur bonds are added to the environment that are damaging to animals, as well as humans. These damaging sulphur bonds are also shaped in nature during various reactions, mostly when substances that are not naturally present have already been added. They are unwanted because of their unpleasant smells and are often highly toxic.



Read more: http://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/s.htm#ixzz4m40Rm951

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