Sports and my thoughts

Friday, March 24, 2006

Thoughts: Stories like this give me a warm feeling inside

Animal right activists forced a deer farm to cut there fences to let the deer out. So guess what happened next? The deer have been treated so good for so long they stayed put.

A DEER FARM in north-east Fife has been targeted by campaigners apparently linked to the extremist Animal Liberation Front.

Fences were cut in four fields at Reediehill Deer Farm near Auchtermuchty and graffiti including “Scum” was spray-painted on the ground.

However, none of the 50 to 60 red deer tried to escape.

The farm, run by Fletchers of Auchtermuchty, is free-range and Nichola Fletcher, who owns it with her husband John, said the wrong people were targeted.

The couple pride themselves on their animal welfare practices, and Mrs Fletcher said, “These people have made up their minds without coming to find out about us.

“I would love to invite them for a cup of tea and explain to them what we are trying to do here.

“The whole point of us setting up our deer farm in the 1970s was that we weren’t happy with farming systems and wanted to change things for the better.”

We never said liberals we very bright. Even when animals are treated good they are still mad.

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