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Infamous enemy of deer advocates cruelty to farmed animals in NJ

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  • Pat Scala
    In the below Star Ledger article, note the pro-abuse for farmed animals statements from Larry Katz, one of those most responsible for the ongoing slaughter of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 4, 2003
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      In the below Star Ledger article, note the pro-abuse for farmed
      animals statements from Larry Katz, one of those most responsible
      for the ongoing slaughter of deer in New Jersey.

      Last year, Sue Russell noted about Katz, "Audubon cites Larry Katz,
      the Rutgers animal science professor in charge of New Jersey's
      nominal 'search' for contraception [for deer], and his, by now,
      familiar mantra that
      the method is unworkable. The public doesn't know that Katz is vice
      president of
      an industry group whose affiliates lobby and actually sue to halt deer
      contraception
      projects as a 'threat to sport hunting.' He promotes bow hunting and
      hunter access instead."

      See the list of animal abusing Committees and Societies that Katz
      belongs to
      on his Rutgers site:
      http://www.anisci.rutgers.edu/faculty/katz/larry-s-katz.html

      Please do as many of the below steps as you can.

      (1) If any of you are alumni of Rutgers, or receive their mailings
      for other reasons, please ask to be removed from their list, until
      they remove killer,
      Larry Katz, from their staff.

      (2) Let Rutgers know what you think of Larry Katz. Also tell them that
      there
      is no place in university education, in this day and age, for the
      teaching
      of animal abuse. Rutgers' Cook College (http://www.cook.rutgers.edu/),
      where
      Larry Katz is employed as a Department Chair, is an
      agricultural/animal science college.

      Richard L. McCormick, President
      Rutgers University
      president@...

      For further info on getting colleges to drop their animal
      agriculture programs, see David Cantor's "Responsible Policies for
      Animals" web site http://www.rpaforall.org/

      (3) Send letters to the editor eletters@... (200 words
      maximum), re: below article

      (4) Go to the Farm Sanctuary site http://www.njfarms.org/ for more
      info on their NJ campaign and what you can do to support less cruel
      farm practices
      in NJ, which will set a precedent for the rest of the country. You can
      be
      sure the animal abusers are actively working against any
      restrictions on their cruelty for profit.


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