Uhh......my point (and obvious as it is) would be that August being hotter than June/July, this whole thing makes 0 sense .........IF "mold" and hot weather have any bearing on the health of the turkey flocks, you'd think that would matter (regardless of who did or didn't ask for it to be changed) WHY not just have asked that the Reg ONLY be during Turkey season??? THEN it would in fact be a "baiting ban", as it is now it affects FEEDING of all wildlife during the season when it's needed for the young "critters" and their mothers milk production......no matter how good the intentions may have been, I don't see this as any positive...........when the fact of the matter is, had this been for during the open turkey season, I seriously doubt anyone would really oppose this.........as it is, many do (yes including myself)...... I honestly can't see any reason to extend the ban one single day beyond Turkey season, especially when no big game season is open during most of the time of this ban.......when it's changed to reflect the above mentioned concerns (CO safety and hunting turkey over bait) AND doesn't go beyond that, and affect too many other critters, then I'd be all for it , as it is, I can't see any good reason for the June/July period being banned.....the reasons given don't change that one iota either imho Keep in mind, that all of us don't live in the ag belt of Ky and the deer and other wildlife benefit from supplemental feedings, (and the farmers do as well as this keeps their gardens safer e.g. less crop damage done)......for those who have plenty of crops and acorns every year I guess YOUR deer don't need it, others though may very well benefit greatly from feeding.....(NOT baiting again) Clear that up for ya??