§ 90.23  EXCEPTION.
   Notwithstanding the provisions of § 90.22, this subchapter shall not apply to any corn, apples, cabbage, potatoes, acorns, oats, carrots, beets, straw, hay, fodder, fish, food scraps, or any combination thereof which is natural to that particular land owned or occupied where feeding of deer or migratory waterfowl is occurring. For example, by way of illustration only, this subchapter shall not apply to apples or acorns generated from an apple or oak tree located upon the subject premises, or carrots and corn grown in a garden for consumption by humans located upon the subject premises. However, it will be presumed that an owner or occupier of land fed deer or migratory waterfowl contrary to this subchapter if any salt, corn, apples, cabbage, potatoes, acorns, oats, carrots, beets, straw, hay, fodder, fish, food scraps, or any combination thereof not naturally occurring, is found in a platted area of the township.
(Ord. 1-2000, passed 12- -2003)