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baiting

the laying of a bait. May be done for purposes of medication or control, or for malicious reasons. In urban areas baiting is controlled by law which forbids baiting except, in some countries, on one's own property. Most of the poisonous substances used are controlled by legislation so that the identity of the baiter is recorded.
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High-density baiting with ONRAB rabies vaccine baits to control Arctic-variant rabies in striped skunks in Ontario, Canada.
Nor can you expect to control large populations if you fail to ensure your baiting points are adequately topped-up - especially so during the first week of treatment.
Using a sandwich ELISA, we determined the effect of baiting by detecting E.
He said hired guns were brought in to kill deer in parks around Philadelphia, but the new law allowing baiting will hopefully shift deer management back to hunters.
A 1 0 Paratrechina steinheili 1 0 Wasmannia auropunctata 21 10 TABLE 2 The frequency of absence, sharing, or monopoly by ants after 2 hours of tuna baiting.
Therefore our baiting strategies for cats and foxes are entirely different.
Annual baiting will again take place in the Golden Horseshoe, Stratford, Niagara and St.
Moving waters quickly wash away chum, preventing river anglers from effectively using that strategy, so baiting with buckets or burlap bags filled with soured grain, range cubes, dog food, or other slow-dissolving products has traditionally been the best option.
The consumption of poison bait with or without saccharin (5%) during the poison baiting nights were not significantly different, however, there was a persistent trend where the baits having 5% saccharin, as taste additive, were consumed in higher quantities as compared with those having no saccharin.
Although I fully understand the ramifications (transmission of CWD and other diseases) of baiting and fully support what the Wisconsin DNR is doing, you should realize that 29 states/provinces allow baiting.
Significantly fewer rabid foxes were found during the 17 years after fox baiting (5 cases during 1990-2006) than in the 17 years before (96 cases during 1973-1989).