In case you missed it on yesterday’s Whitetail365 news roundup, here’s that Michigan deer hunters will just love.
From the Cheboygan Daily Tribune:
_In an effort to eradicate bovine tuberculosis in the state’s deer herd the Michigan DNR is now offering a minimum of five year-round disease control permits to all livestock producers in the Michigan Department of Agriculture’s Modified Accredited TB Zone.
Translation: Every person who owns a cow or bison in this 13 county Northern Michigan zone can legally kill a minimum of five deer at any time of year with free tags provided by the DNR.
How would that sit with you if it happened in your state?