Finnish animal rights organization Oikeutta eläimille has published yet another investigation into the fur industry in Finland. The new material includes 13 fur farms, out of which 10 have been filmed both in 2011 and 2012. Two of the farms are owned by board members of the Finnish fur breeder's association.
Investigators found that all farms had similar problems. There were severe eye infections on all farms that bred arctic foxes. Other findings include open wounds, leg and ear injuries, stereotypical behavior, cannibalism, lame animals, gum infections, dead animals left in cages with living animal, etc.
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