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N.J. has too many deer and legislators need to do something about it.

19 Feb 2021, Posted by admin in Economics and Prices, Local Farms and Food, News, Science and Environmental Issues, State News, Uncategorized

Ryck Suydam, president of the New Jersey Farm Bureau, says legislative leadership should make deer overpopulation an immediate priority. “Together, we will explore proven methods to bring the deer overpopulation in our state back into balance by enacting meaningful legislation that protects both our residents and New Jersey’s famed agricultural industry.”

Click here to read the entire OpEd in the Star Ledger.

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