All the measures I are listed in the CWD Plan. There isn't anything in the CWD Plan that isn't being implemented. The Plan spells it out and MDNR is following the plan. In fact, one of the most in depth and clearly spelled out portions of the Response Plan has to do with explaining the reasons for a baiting and supplemental feeding ban. "Higher CWD prevalence has been associated with human land development, which may be related to supplemental feeding, smaller home ranges, refuge from hunting and/or predators, concentrating deer on fewer patches of good habitat or overlapping space use... Management practices that increase carrying capacity may cause CWD to persist and even destabilize populations, especially where prions persist in the environment. Contact, and so the potential for CWD spread, between doe groups occurs mainly during feeding, and is intensified by supplemental feeding compared to natural foraging behavior. Supplemental feeding (and likely baiting as well) of deer by humans contributes to spread of CWD, causes habitat destruction near feeders, crowding, fighting and injuries, and starvation due to compensatory increases in population above carrying capacity. Alternative restrictions on the quantity of supplemental feed do not mitigate the potential for CWD transmission! Where supplemental feeding has been critically studied, "none of the feeding strategies evaluated substantially reduced the potential risk for disease transmission and banning supplemental feeding to reduce transmission is warranted".