New Fur Farm Feed Supplier in Wisconsin

The Final Nail is reporting the discovery of a new fur farm feed supplier in Wisconsin: LaBudde Group, Inc. 1239 12th Avenue Grafton, WI 53024 Phone: (262) 375-9111 Fax: (262) 375-9058 Web: www.labudde.com Contact: Richard T. Erickson Notes: Fur farm feed supplier. Sign up to receive three fur industry reports published by Coalition Against Fur...

Addresses for over 100 wildlife farms revealed in Ohio

The following addresses were obtained from public records, indicating dozens of farms (or other type of operation) that imprison numerous species of furbearing animals in Ohio. Disclaimer Coalition Against Fur Farms has obtained hundreds of similar addresses from numerous states, each of which may be fur farms, which will be posted in the coming weeks. We will offer the same disclaimer each time: These addresses are uninvestigated. They house animals commonly used for fur, however an investigation is needed to determine the exact purpose of these operations. There are numerous other reasons furbearing animals can be held captive, including being bred for pets, roadside zoos, urine-collection operations for trapping lures, or penning operations to train hunting dogs. Some of these may be facilities which are helping animals. For example, wildlife rehabilitators and sanctuaries can often be required to have the same licenses as fur farms. Please do your research, and share anything learned with Coalition Against Fur Farms. Few Bucks Farm Kevin Michael Dorgan 2237 Hess Rd Williamsburg OH 1 fox, 7 deer Cindy Shaffer 5012 Troy Rd Springfield OH 3 fox, 1 squirrel, 1 raccoon The Mercer Pen Glen R Drees 608 W North St Coldwater OH 4 coyotes, 4 fox Notes: Penning operation? Noah’s Ark Inc. Donny Marlow 20 Hillgard St Trotwood OH 2 fox, 1 deer, 5 raccoon, 2 skunk Susan Mitchell 14352 State Route 329 South Amesville OH Fox, skunks John Toth 17384 Wrights Town Rd Amesville OH fox, coyote Elizabeth Roux 57950 Rocky Fork Rd Jacobsburg OH Fox, coyote, alligator Teresa Ryder 28888 St. Rt. 83 N Coshocton OH Fox, quail, ducks, geese Doris Lannon 28920 SR 83 N Coshocton OH Fox, opossum, coyote, “coo”(?) Jeffrey Clossman 11620 Wesley Chapel Rd Roseville OH bobcat, deer, turkey Donald Dutiel PO Box 216 New Lexington OH 740 342 1814 Coon, fox, squirrel, geese Rachel Skaggs 823 Waugh Rd Greenfield OH Fox Cindy Price 624 O’Connor Rd Lucasville OH Fox Calvin Biars 211 High St. Wheelersburg OH Fox, raccoon Buckeye Trap Supply David Keener 603 St Rt 511 Ashland OH Fox Amy Elizabeth Solon 824 Twp Rd 3414 Loudonville OH Fox, “Whitetail” No name 541 Twp Rd 1041 Nova OH Coyote Peterson’s...

Possible bobcat and fox farms in Arkansas

The following addresses were obtained from public records, indicating severalĀ  farms (or other type of operation) that imprison foxes, wolves, and bobcats in Arkansas. Disclaimer Coalition Against Fur Farms has obtained hundreds of similar addresses from numerous states, each of which may be fur farms, which will be posted in the coming weeks. We will offer the same disclaimer each time: These addresses are uninvestigated. They house animals commonly used for fur, however an investigation is needed to determine the exact purpose of these operations. There are numerous other reasons furbearing animals can be held captive, including being bred for pets, roadside zoos, urine-collection operations for trapping lures, or penning operations to train hunting dogs. Some of these may be facilities which are helping animals. For example, wildlife rehabilitators and sanctuaries can often be required to have the same licenses as fur farms. Please do your research, and share anything learned with Coalition Against Fur Farms. This list only includes names and towns. No addresses were provided. Lynn Culver Mena AR Bobcats Eurasian Lynx “Geoffroy’s cat” Wayne Sluder Roland AR Bobcats Tanya Smith Eureka Springs AR Bobcats Thomas Young Mena AR Bobcats Larry Head Little Rock AR Gray wolf Susan LaCoe Mountain Home AR Grey black timber wolf Brian Harness Harrison AR Silver...

A dozen potential fox, bobcat, and coyote farms in Iowa

The following addresses were obtained from public records, indicating dozens of farms (or other type of operation) that imprison foxes, bobcats, coyotes, and mink in Iowa. Disclaimer Coalition Against Fur Farms has obtained hundreds of similar addresses from numerous states, each of which may be fur farms, which will be posted in the coming weeks. We will offer the same disclaimer each time: These addresses are uninvestigated. They house animals commonly used for fur, however an investigation is needed to determine the exact purpose of these operations. There are numerous other reasons furbearing animals can be held captive, including being bred for pets, roadside zoos, urine-collection operations for trapping lures, or penning operations to train hunting dogs. Some of these may be facilities which are helping animals. For example, wildlife rehabilitators and sanctuaries can often be required to have the same licenses as fur farms. Please do your research, and share anything learned with Coalition Against Fur Farms. The following addresses were obtained from the state of Iowa’s “game breeders list.” Dale Olerich 3782 Dean Ave Kiron IA Bobcat Stanley Hunting Center Scott & Julie Stanley 415 E Main St Lacona IA 50139 Bobcat Lyndon Sutcliffe 21318 260th Mason City IA Coyotes, fox Critter Haven Exotics Troy & Judy Grant 4321 Heather Ave Thornton IA Fox Chad’s Taxidermy Chad Reusch 105 E Railway Ave Quimby IA Fox Fayette CCB Rod Marlatt 18673 Lane Rd Fayette IA Fox Triple H Ranch Manda Slessor 2665 Underwood Ave Charles City IA Fox Randy Riggs 1613 160th St Larchwood IA Fox Connolly Exotics Dennis Connoly 1010 Perry Street Knoxville IA Fox Jon Lockey 1526 P Ave Traer IA Fox Fox Trail Studio Lylee Funk 1831 25th St Humeston IA Fox John Lemburg 2225 Canal Shore Dr LeClaire IA...

Location of significant fur farm supplier uncovered in Wisconsin

After reporting on this last year, The Final Nail has uncovered more information about what is believed to be the sole melatonin implant manufacturer in the country. This company is extremely significant in that it provides a product that it gives a significant edge to farms that use it. It is very likely that some farms would not survive if they did not have access to melatonin implants. Neo-Dynamics 4738 Bergamot Way, Suite 200 Middleton, WI 53562 Phone: (800) 206-7227 Fax: (608) 831-4669 Contact: Tim J. Cairns Notes: Manufacturer of melatonin implants (used by mink farmers to speed fur growth). Neo-Dynamics is a related company to Melatek, a manufacturer of melatonin implants for ferrets and...

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