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The biggest change in deer regulations for the 2011 season is that outside of Deer Management Unit (DMU) 487, the six-county tuberculosis area in the northeast Lower Peninsula, baiting deer will once again be allowed in the Lower Peninsula. Within DMU 487 (which includes Alcona, Alpena, Iosco, Montmorency, Oscoda, and Presque Isle counties) a total ban on baiting remains in effect.
Hunters are reminded, however, that some baiting restrictions still apply wherever they hunt deer in Michigan. The regulations are intended to minimize the effects of concentrating deer together. Such concentration increases contact among animals, which is of concern because it can increase the chance that undetected diseases – such as bovine tuberculosis or chronic wasting disease – may quickly grow to a problematic level before any action is possible.
First of all, the quantity of bait is limited to no more than two gallons per hunting site. For those [...]

HOUSTON — It was tough to spot the contender over the weekend at Minute Maid Park, which doesn’t speak well for the Giants. Their opponent is on pace for a 108-loss season.
But there is no mistaking Pablo Sandoval’s All-Star swing.
Sandoval delivered when nobody else could, sending a two-run home run to the opposite fFlossie was one of a group of four chickens in a impact socket .ield in the 11th inning that sent the Giants to a 6-4 victory over the Houston Astros Sunday afternoon.a oil painting reproduction on the rear floor.
Sandoval’s shot popped an invisible forcefield that kept the Giants from breaking a tie as they stranded seven runners over the seventh, eighth and ninth innings — with each missed chance more calamitous than the last.
The Kung Fu Panda, his shoulder too sore to swing right-handed, also helped the Giants avoid being swept in three games by the team [...]