4. Buckshire Corporation
Located in Pennsylvania, Buckshire imported 626 primates in 2013. PETA conducted several investigations of Buckshire in the 1990s and in 2008 helped rescue seven chimpanzees locked in a basement laboratory there.
5. Primate Products
Located in Florida, Primate Products imported 340 primates in 2013. Photos taken by animal activists in 2010 showed horrific injuries to animals at the facility. You can find those here (WARNING: graphic).
6. Worldwide Primates
Also located in Florida, Worldwide Primates imported 265 primates in 2013. The owner of the company, Matthew Block, was convicted in 1995 for illegally catching and selling endangered species.
7. Shared Enterprises
Located in Pennsylvania, Shared Enterprises imported 208 primates in 2013.
8. Barton's West End Farms
Located in New Jersey, Barton's imported 136 primates in 2013. When the government inspected Barton's New Jersey facility in 2013, they found 6 found instances in which Barton was not complying with the Animal Welfare Act.