The state's Natural Resources Commission is lifting the ban on deer baiting in most of Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
The ban has been in place since a deer in Kent County was found to have Chronic Wasting Disease a few year back.
Many hunters have been asking to lift the ban.
Under the new rules, only two gallons may be scattered at any one time in a 10-foot-by-10-foot square area. That limit applies to both baiting and recreational feeding.
Deer baiting will still be banned in what is known as the TB zone in the northeastern section of the Lower Peninsula, where Bovine Tuberculosis has been found.