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bait

a preparation containing a palatable food substance such as raw meat, carrot or bran and a pharmaceutical or poisonous substance. The purpose is to introduce the medicament or poison into the unsuspecting animal.
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One solution is to use medium-gauge wire for the stinger, or back half of the rig, but hide it in the skin of the bait.
I have done many baited black bear hunts over the years, and the thought of seeing multiple brown bears at one bait location was overwhelming.
Assessment of the biological and behavioral characteristics of the target pest is as important in bait development as the physical properties of the formulation.
More than 10 years of scientific research went into developing the patented ATSB technology and exacting the proprietary sugar bait in Bait & Kill, yet the science is simple.
Bait: Power Bait Mice Tails and Magic Dust, Pink Power Bait Eggs.
So Mueller-Warrant worked with ARS plant physiologist Steve Griffith and research leader Gary Banowetz to determine how much--and how quickly--slug bait was being lost to worms.
Guests staying at Al Bait hotel will have the opportunity to experience living in these traditional Emirati homes, giving them a far richer and immersive experience of the region's history and heritage than any other available," he added.
But you can't put bait down where the rodents are if you haven't surveyed the farm to see where all the activity is taking place.
The highest production expense in procambarid crawfish (red swamp crawfish, Procambarus clarkii, Girard 1852 and white river crawfish, Procambarus zonangulus, Hobbs and Hobbs 1990) aquaculture is harvesting, often exceeding 50% of annual operating cost, with bait alone accounting for 22-30% of total direct expense (Boucher & Gillespie 2008).
We also observed the heron place bread in the water and then reposition the bait when it began to float away.
Feces samples were collected at least once per month in all study plots during sampling period 1 before and during the initial phase of bait delivery (November 1999-June 2000), sampling period 2 (July-October 2001), and sampling period 3 (September-December 2003).