I read through the regs for deer hunting one of the properties that I have to hunt this fall. The "zone" that it is in had a confirmed case of CWD last fall. Feeders are allowed from September 1 - Dec. 31 on private property. Previously you could feed year round. I run a feeder to draw deer close enough for my 82 year old dad to get a shot from his blind. Last year it drew a lot of feral hogs, which I hope to knock off as many of those as I can this fall/winter using my thermal on my AR. Now, to the new skill... Regs say you can't move any skin, teeth, bones or skulls of a deer taken in the county out of that county. You have to remove the meat on site from the deer and dispose of the remaining parts... still haven't read about the appropriate disposal process. I have always field dressed my deer and hauled them to the processor. Looks like I will be viewing some youtube videos on how to process deer in the field. I also have to check to see if the processor will process hogs from that county or if that has any regs to that regard.