deadaim......what I was getting at ...... You have one guy with lots of hunting ground and the financial means of putting up multiple feeders , multiple food plots and any other forms of attractants that he can spend his money on. On the other side of this property.....you have the average "joe" hunter......owning a smaller tract of land or possibly scraping up enough money to lease some hunting ground. Maybe he dont have the equipment or financial means to feed and attract ....so he does not do anything but hunt. Which piece of property will attract the deer??? We all know the answer to that.... the deer will migrate to where the food is at. Now put into consideration a ban on baiting ..... neither person of each property can bait..... regardless of the size of the farm. The deer have nothing but natural food sources or normal agriculture to impact their feeding patterns. Now..... which person has the advantage???? Pending the natural forage or adjacent crops ...both have the same chance in harvesting deer or deer sightings. Sure..... there will be illegal baiting but on average....I believe most will abide by the law. At least to me this is a level playing field on opportunties to hold or have wildlife using your property. At least you know their not going to a ton of feed piled on your neighbors property. As it stands now...... we dont have a year round ban on baiting ....may never for all I know and what or how a person wants to hunt is their own business. My opinion ....well is my opinion. I do not feel as hunters we need to rely on a pile of corn to harvest game. Some people agree ....some dont.... thats ok and I can respect that. I disagree that a foodplot holds the same potential that a pile of bait does but I'm definitely no expert in this area and wont hold out to be. We use food plots and if they are included in the ban.....they can be disked up and not planted. Saves us a lot of time & money. We will just hunt.