Finnish farmers feed animals to gigantic proportions. And all because of
Finnish farmers feed animals to gigantic proportions. And all because of
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Animal activists from the Finnish organization Oikeutta Eläimille secretly entered the territory of a fur farm located in western Finland in the province of Ostrobothnia. Animal rights activists managed to capture on camera all the horror that is happening on the farm. There, Arctic foxes and polar foxes are kept in special enclosures, which are fed to enormous sizes.

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This is done in order to get as much valuable fur from each individual as possible. For comparison: the weight of an ordinary arctic fox in the wild is 3.5-5 kg, while on a farm the weight of poor animals reaches 20 kg. This is 3-5 times the norm.

The defenders, seeing this, were simply horrified. The unfortunate animals could not even move normally, and their eyes were simply swollen with fat.

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In order to achieve such a gigantic size, the farm workers selected the largest individuals and fed the animals with highly nutritious food.

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Note that Finland is the leader in Europe in the production of fox fur, and in the whole world it ranks second after China. Every year in this country, between 1.5 and 2 million individuals are killed. And for the manufacture of one fur coat you need from 10 to 20 "normal" animals.

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“Many European countries have banned fur farming altogether. But in Finland, farmers do not even comply with the lax animal welfare law in our country,”said Kristo Muurimaa, a spokesman for Oikeutta Eläimille.

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The organization hopes that these horrific photos will cause many to refuse to buy fur products. After all, there will be no demand - there will be no supply.

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