I went knocking this weekend and got permission to hunt 150 acres of a 650 acre non profit land trust. The farmer I got permission from leases the 150 acres and rents a house and barn on the 650 acre farm. But there is a hunting club. The farmer and his family are allowed to hunt the leased land with the hunting club. My farmer wanted to double check if he could give his spot in the club to me because he doesn't have time to hunt. The head of hunting club said absolutely not. My farmer wants me to hunt his land. He already has lost chickens to predators and having problems with ground hogs and deer. My question is being he leases the land and lives there does him saying I can hunt over ride the hunting club? I looked it up and all I found was that if you rent or lease land you your family and regular hired help can hunt without a license if the farm is main source of income which it is. I have a license so that doesn't really apply to me. Then I saw that the same mentioned above can harvest any animal that you see damaging crops livestock. Any help would be appreciated I really want to help this farmer out but don't want to get in any trouble. It's a non profit so the hunting club sounds like a guy and his buddies that got lucky to hunt the land they don't have a lease and I couldn't find anything about the club on the farms website. Like I said I don't want to get in any trouble by hunting but I also don't want to give up helping and the chance to hunt 150 acre spot. I figured I'd ask here before calling game commission and asking. Any advice would be much appreciated sorry for the long question.