The Estonian animal advocacy organization Loomus is proud to report that, according to assurances from the Ministry of Rural Affairs and a verification visit by Veterinary and Food Board, the Estonian fur farms no longer house a single mink. Also, as stated to Loomus by Veterinary and Food Board, and the Environmental Board of Estonia, the Neitla mink farm had its activity license temporarily suspended.
“By today, a mere handful of animals, a few dozen employees and a heap of empty rows of cages remain at Estonian fur farms. On the global market, fur demand remains ...
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