When you drive through Fort McCoy, there are acres and acres of sprawling woodlands with some houses and churches interspersed on cleared tracts of land. It is in this quiet and bucolic setting that Frank Stronach has purchased 68,000 acres, at least 30,000 in this area, to operate a mega self-contained concentration camp to imprison thousands of cows. It will have its own shipping, packing, cooking, pet food & rendering plants, and, of course, a slaughterhouse. The roads are littered with logging trucks clearing trees from land that is hidden away far from the streets. While there is still legal wrangling in the courts to stop Sleepy Creek Farms LLC, formerly Adena, from gaining water rights, the multi-billionaire at the helm appears to have largely circumvented the issue.
This hidden slaughterhouse is to begin “test runs” in November!
19798 NE Highway 315
Fort McCoy, FL 32134
This is the entrance to the new Sleepy Creek/Edena Slaughterhouse. We believe the actual building is about 100 to 200 yards behind this gate and off to the left. To go beyond this point, one would need to take care of the security cameras first (see below). It is very possible that Frank Stronach has a home somewhere on this newly-paved and well-manicured piece of land.