U.S. Mink Manufacturers Eye Growing Chinese Demand for Fur
Overwhelming Resurgence of Fur On the Runways The prominence of the fluffy stuff on the runways translated into some serious dollars this season.
Campaign Shows the Modern Face of Fur The International Fur Federation (IFF) has developed a global fashion campaign to communicate the modern face of fur and to break down stereotypes around what fur is and who wears it.
Fish Waste Is Going to Waste In Norway, farmed fur animal producers purchase almost 50,000 tons of waste from fish poultry and meat production.
Fur or Faux? Say Goodbye to the Old Taboos The real deal is making a comeback, ironically driven by the abundance of fakes, writes Francesca Fearon.
The Fur Industry was Formed in Detroit When the French built Fort Pontchartrain on the banks of the Detroit River in 1701, there was a very big reason why: fur.
Perceptions Change With Education “Anti-fur sentiment has waned as more ethical practices lure younger generations to their modern designs,”
New Research Looks Beyond Retail Sales According to a new study, the global fur trade has now been valued at more than $40 Billion worldwide – roughly the same as the global Wi-Fi industry.
Modern Agriculture Programs Go Beyond the Farm High school agriculture programs sprouting across the nation’s Corn Belt are teaching teenagers, many of them in urban environments, that careers in the field often have nothing to do with cows and plows.
Food Industry Prevents Greenhouse Gases Food safety overhaul could inadvertently send much of the reusable food back to landfills.