Russo: Yet Another Economic Threat to New Jersey — Too Many Deer

29 Oct 2020, Posted by admin in News, Science and Environmental Issues, State News

Anthony Russo, President and CEO, CIANJ says “for our state’s farmers, including many struggling small business owners and their hard-working employees, deer are a constant menace. Deer-related losses to high-value crops in New Jersey exceed $15 million per year. According to state wildlife experts, deer populations in some areas of New Jersey are perhaps 10 or 20 times as large as they should be” in a recent letter to the editor.


Click here to read the full letter in insidernj.com

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