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Dated duck farm video gets state police scrutiny

It’s being left to the Indiana State Police to determine if a somewhat dated video contains evidence of animal abuse under state law. John Metzger, who has been president of Culver Duck Farms since April, knew someone in late 2015 and early 2016 had made a video purportedly showing workers improperly and inhumanely slaughtering ducks.... Continue Reading
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