The White Fence Farm in South Carolina, owned by Mortimer Farms, is one of three farms that produce millions of spiders a year, and has been accused of killing thousands of them.
The spiders have been identified by a recent study as a type of spider called the Asian cobra (Megalophorus coccineus), and researchers have called the farm “the most prolific spider farm on the planet.”
It is also the only spider farm located in North Carolina, and the only farm in North America that can sell its products.
“This farm is the top seller on the black market,” said Jason Matson, an expert on spider breeding and control and owner of the Matson & Sons Spider Breeding Center.
“If you don’t see a white fence, you know you’re looking at a white spider.”
The White Fences farm is located in a rural part of the town of Gresham, just south of Charlotte.
Its owner, Robert Matson Sr., is a retired state trooper.
He’s been farming the spiders for 20 years.
He says the spiders are very hardy, and are easy to breed, but also, the farms don’t let people leave without paying for their food.
“We have to go through the process of getting them to the farm and having them vaccinated and put them through the proper process,” he said.
In a statement, the White Fencing said it has never killed a spider in the state, and it has been working closely with the U,S.
Department of Agriculture to find a way to get the spiders back on the farm.
The farm sells its products through its website and is owned by Robert M. Matson Jr., who also owns The Spider Farm in the South Carolina town of New River.
In 2013, it was shut down after state officials learned that its spiders were causing Lyme disease.
Matson has been using the farm for years to produce large quantities of spiders, which are shipped to the U to be sold.
“These spiders are bred for the market, so if we don’t have them, it’s not going to be an issue,” he told NBC News.
A federal study found that a single spider farm produces nearly 1 million spiders a day.
Mathy told NBC that his farm only produces spiders once a year.
“They’re not that big of a deal, but if you don´t get the right spider and they don’t like you, they’re not going anywhere,” he explained.
“You have to be able to sell to your customers.”
The USDA said it is investigating the farm’s business practices, and Matson declined to comment on the specifics of its investigation.
“I do not have anything to say about the USDA investigation, because I do not work for them,” he responded.
The WhiteFence Farms website says that the spiders “are harvested by hand” and that the farms “are not equipped to handle a large number of spiders at one time.”
Matson, who lives in South Dakota, says he wants to make sure the spiders aren’t used for profit, and that they are bred only for a specific purpose.
“All of our animals are bred to go to the farms and get the spider to the place where they are supposed to go,” he added.
“What I’m doing is for them to be part of this world.”
Mathy says he has no regrets about his business, but has some questions about why the spiders were killed.
“When I found out the spider was killing these people, I was like, ‘I’m done,'” he said.
“I was really angry.”
The Department of Labor and Industries, which oversees the spider industry, said it had been working with the farms owner, but said that it has no authority to regulate the farms operations.
The USDA is also investigating whether the farms pesticides and fertilizers are safe.
The U. S. Department in 2014 issued a warning about the dangers of spiders and other animals bred for meat, and in 2015, the USDA ordered the farms to stop using the spiders and pesticides.