Sustainable Mink Ranches Targeted The fur industry finds the need to increase security to cope with threats of animal rights activists.
Hand Crafted Works of Art Great care is given to selecting and processing each pelt that will be used to make a garment.
Nearly 500 Designers Presented Fur in Fall 2015 Collections Bolstered by healthy retail gains in 2014, U.S. fur retailers are positioned for another strong selling season in 2015-16.
How Fur Farmers Turn Waste into Beauty Worldwide, mink and fox farmers recycle over three million tons of agricultural by-products annually.
We all belong to the same bare race. We all, ultimately, care for the same things, and we are all naked apes, the children of fur.
Animal Rights Activists Accused of Going on Cross-Country Spree Defendants drove 40,000 miles to release thousands of mink from farms in Iowa, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota and elsewhere.
Rising Mink Prices & Production The 2015 Mink Production Report was just released this past July 24. The report by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, reveals that both domestic mink prices and production numbers are steadily rising.
An Interview With a Mink Farmer There are many factors to take into account when considering the ethics of raising animals for fur.
Extremists Seek to Impose Their Views “Demonstrate against Saks Fifth Avenue’s Summer Fur Promotion.”
Fur: Has a New Generation Shrugged Off the Old Stigma? New statistics from the International Fur Federation suggest a once-reviled industry is thriving.