Fur-farming in Canada.

  • 278 Pages
  • 0.65 MB
  • English
Mortimer , Ottawa, Ont
Fur farming -- Ca
ContributionsCanada. Commission of Conservation. Committee on Fisheries, Game and Fur-Bearing Animals.
LC ClassificationsSF"403"J6"1914
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 278 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20958484M

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Title. Fur-farming in Canada / Title Variants: Alternative: Fur farming in Canada. Jones, J. Walter. Canada. Commission of Conservation. Committee on Fisheries. Fur-farming in Canada [microform] by Jones, J. Walter (John Walter), ; Canada. Commission of Conservation; Canada.

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Mink is a medium sized member of the weasel family (Mustelidae) and was first raised in captivity during the Civil War in Lake Casadacka, New York. The first mink farming attempts in Canada took place during by Patterson Bros in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

Today, mink are farmed in most provinces. Mink are naturally aggressive [ ]. Get this from a library. Fur-farming in Canada. [J Walter Jones; Canada. Commission of Conservation. Committee on Fisheries, Game and Fur-bearing Animals.].

Catalogue Fur. Catalogue Fur Animals Ussr Manual Manufacture Farming Science Russian Book. A number of books have been added to this website. They deal with the life and times of many Saskatchewan residents, homesteaders, trappers, fur traders, mink ranchers, bush pilots, as well as other groups, such as the Roman Catholic Church, various government officials and agencies, law enforcement agencies and needless to say, the local native population, consisting mainly of Cree, Dene and.

Collectively, the fur industry contributes nearly $1 billion annually to Canada’s economy.

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Fur farming also helps to maintain rural communities, at a time when modern, highly efficient food production technologies are reducing farming populations in many regions.

Mink and foxes have been raised on farms in North America for well over a century. Fur farming means the animals endure horrific, completely unjustified torture.

The animals, including cats and dogs, are caught in traps set in the wild, taken from the streets, or suffer miserable lives on a.

This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN   Ireland is preparing to ban fur farming, it has been reported, after many years of pressure from opponents of the practice.

The decision will be a U-turn for the ruling Fine Gael party, which has. I have always wanted to reproduce this, the Gold Standard of fur farming books. Back when I started my Living Among Nature Daringly magazine, a key thrust of LAND was fur trapping and fur farming.

Back inthough, scanners and OCR just wasn't available, so reprinting the book was a formidable task.5/5(1). Canada is home to a robust fur-farming industry of mink, fox, marten, fisher, chinchilla and a handful of other fur-bearing species.

Last year, Statistics Canada counted more than registered mink farms and 50 registered fox farms across the country, which bred a combined total of more than three million animals. Fur farms are regulated provincially and in the National Farm Animal.

Every year, more than million animals are raised and killed for their fur. Over 95% of fur sold globally, comes from farmed animals, such as mink, foxes, raccoon dogs, rabbits and chinchillas.

On fur factory farms, animals spend their entire lives in cramped battery cages, deprived of the ability to engage in natural behaviours. Eastern Canada’s fur farming industry is showing signs of failure - unable to repay government loans, and with a massive decline in the number of producers, according to reports.

Prince Edward Island’s Silver Hill Fur Farm - which once housed o mink set for slaughter - received a government loan of $4 million in to open a second location, but has been able to pay back less Author: Emily Court.

[ 4 ] Around that time, fur farming started in North America, and was introduced into Europe in the early twentieth century. [ 5 ] A. Facts about Fur Farming. Today, fur farming comprises about 85% of the fur trade, [ 6 ] while fur from the wild accounts for the rest.

[ 7 ] Fur farming is a separate industry from animals that are bred for meat. At Yukon Books we carry a wide selection of books about the people and territory of Northern Canada. Our selection contains both fiction and non-fiction in new and out of print titles and the classic northern works by authors like Robert Service, Jack London and Pierre Berton.

We are among the top independent sellers of Canadian books on the Internet. Canadian Fur Farming, to (from Statistics Canada) Type Unit of Measure Mink Number of mink farms Number of animals 1, 1, Average number of animals per farm 3, 8, Foxes Number of fox farms Number of anim 12, Average number of animals per farm 88.

Department of Agriculture of a book by J. Walter Jones titled “ Fur Farming in Canada.” Both were indicative of a certain maturity of the fox industry. By the industry was worth millions. With the demand high and the number of ranches springing up to meet the File Size: 1MB.

Opinion: It's time for Canada to ban fur farming Back to video Considering all this, it has become abundantly clear that the factory fur farming industry is a national problem, and it needs to be.The main breed in the rabbit fur farming industry is the Rex (Castor Rex and Chinchilla Rex).

Breeding animals are kept for up to 3 years, and usually give birth twice a year. The kits are taken from their mothers at 4 weeks old and put in a nursery with other kits. After this, the mothers are kept separated from their kits, and they get put together only for feeding.