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Fur Farming (Prohibition) Act 2000

Fur Farming (Prohibition) Act 2000

Elizabeth II. 2000. Chapter 33.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Royal assent, 23rd November 2000.

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Pagination4p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20182552M
ISBN 100105433004
OCLC/WorldCa47160564

Fur The pelt of a beast: Type Ingredient Grade Low Ingredient Yes Max Stack Weight ID Description [edit | edit source] “ Among the furs on the dais was a gorgeous spotted skin, whose predominant hue was golden. It was not a clever copy, but the skin of an actual beast. And that beast, Conan knew, had been extinct for at least a. Eighty-five percent of the fur industry’s skins come from animals living captive in fur factory farms. 1 These farms can hold thousands of animals, and their farming practices are remarkably uniform around the globe. As with other intensive-confinement animal farms, the methods used in fur factory farms are designed to maximize profits, always at the expense of the animals.

Get this from a library! Blue book of fur farming.. -- "Buyers guide and reference volume." Annual companion publication to U.S. fur rancher (called Fur rancher Jan. ). . The fox is a member of the canine family and is known throughout the world in its wild state. Its size varies greatly depending on species. 1 The following species of fox are farm raised for fur production: red fox (Vulpes vulpes), bue fox (Alopex lagopus) and the inter species hybrids (Vulpes X Alopex). 1 Domestic fox farming was initiated in the s by Sir Charles Dalton at Prince Edward.

  A ban on fur farming will come into force on January 1 , when the last three mink farms in the country will have to close, the government announced yesterday. Year Book of the Silver Fox and Fur Farming Industries: Author: American National Fox Breeders Association: Publisher: American National Fox Breeders Association., Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Aug 7, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.


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