Ronald Schultz has been torturing beagles inside the University of Wisconsin for at least 2 decades. Recently retired, 5 dogs are still trapped on a farm that is believed to be owned by Schultz. He and his son, Scott, have been under surveillance for some time and it has been confirmed by our sources that they visit the dogs almost daily. A renter named Don who lives on the property is not involved with the dogs.
Our sources report that the enclosure in which the dogs are held is dark and smells of feces. Anyone interested in “visiting” the dogs, please be advised that google maps will take you to an imprecise location about 5 minutes away. Exact directions follow below image.
4507 County Road, Cross Plains, WI 53528
When you get into Cross Plains you will pass a Culver’s on your right and then up a tiny bit there is a kwik trip gas station on the left at a set of lights. At the lights you will turn left onto County Rd P and drive over railroad tracks. You probably drive up for about 20 seconds and you will pass another farm on the right and then the second house/farm is the property. The farm is to the left of a “The Willow Store”. The driveway entrance has this like pillar thing that you drive underneath. The house is like a light color almost yellow – two story. The renter, Don, has two bigger dogs that are loose on the property, very friendly dogs; Zooey and Moogley. The Beagles are held in the last little barn/building up a little hill on the left and there is this gate that has two loose chains you have to unwrap to get in. Then you will see the “Private Property” sign on the door which is where the dogs are held. There is a tiny broken window on the right of the door.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
We would like nothing more than for Ronald Schultz and his associates to surrender these dogs to us without incident. We will work with you to transition these animals off the farm. And we would appreciate anyone in Madison who is in a position to take and rehome these vivisection victims to contact us as well.
Alternatively, if anyone is in a position to obtain video of the dogs, another group may be able to step in and retrieve the dogs.
Mr. Schultz has been contacted by Eleventh Hour associates. Thus far we’ve received no response. If he chooses to not avail himself of our generous offer, we ask our “investigative” community to provide us with any further information you may obtain about Ronald or Scott, or perhaps contact Don who may prove an invaluable friend, so that we may pursue other avenues to win relief for these victims. Again, please contact us with any further information.