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Fur Farm Intelligence Unit Communique #3

For Immediate Release
October 15, 2010

Fur Farm Intelligence Unit Communique #3

The Fur Farm Intelligence Unit does not inflate the impact or significance of leaking secretive information as a tactic. The intelligence organ of this movement will never be more than an auxiliary service to the movement's teeth: Those who take these addresses and use them to achieve true animal liberation. Despite efforts at secrecy over the location of their farms, feed manufacturers, equipment suppliers, and research facilities, we are approaching the day when every address in the fur industry is revealed and available for use by individuals who will bring its collapse.

The few murderers of animals for fur whose business addresses remain unexposed will soon be driven from hiding. The Fur Farm Intelligence Unit is being leaked information from the highest levels of the U.S. fur industry. This will become apparent in future communiques. More to come.

The Fur Farm Intelligence Unit is making public these never-before published fur industry addresses:

New mink farms- The addresses of these three farms have never been published. All three are owned by the Carson family of Highland, Utah. There are two new Utah farms owned by Larry Carson, and a third Idaho farm owned by his son Nathan Carson. The Carsons also own mink feed supplier Shoreline Farms.

Nate Carson
1174 South Hwy 81
Declo, Idaho 83323
(208) 645-3201
Notes: Mink farm. Opened recently.

Location #1
1553 No 950 East
Richfield, Utah 84701

Location #2
6199 South 2800 West
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660

New mink feed supplier- Feed suppliers are essential for the survival of the U.S. fur industry. There are only 10 other confirmed mink feed suppliers.

Shoreline Farms
6245 So 2800 West
Lakeshore, Utah 84660
Notes: Owned by Larry Carson.

New fur industry researcher

Branson W. Ritchie
Department of Small Animal Medicine
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Gerogia
Athens, GA

Notes: Richie has volunteered his research skills to the mink industry as part of the proposed Mink Genome Project. This project aims to alleviate the industry of one of its biggest threats: aleutian disease. He has offered cell mediated research to isolate mink genes that are resistant to AD. This research will be done in partnership with Dr. John Easley of Plymouth, Wisconsin, who is also a leading expert in mink disease. Ritchie is awaiting funding from the Fur Commission USA's research committee before the Mink Genome Project is launched.

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