What I got out of it was when someone baits on a small property you effect the deer movement not only on that property the baiter is on but the adjacent properties as well. If your not prepared to "cutoff" or hunt the trails from the baiting property leading to the adjacent property. "Then the property is likely not worth hunting".
The authors reference to a "deer deflector for mature bucks" I think was, If a baiter is used on a large property the adjacent properties mature bucks will not be effected by the feeder as much as a smaller property, the distance from the feeder determines whether it is a deflector. The greater the distance the greater the deflector. The more, the mature buck is in it's natural surroundings.
Great article by the way!
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