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This campaign is joinly run by Bont Voor Dieren & Dieren Bescherming
The following translation is taken directly from the petition and explains the campaign:
In the Netherlands, nearly 6 million mink are bred each year and slain for their fur. Minks are wild animals who live in small steel wire cages on huge farms. The number of farms is declining somewhat in the Netherlands, but the number of mink that is slain has almost doubled since 2000! The mink skins are then exported and processed into fur coat, collar or purse.
After years of intense lobbying by the Animal and Bont voor Dieren Parliament end of 2012 enacted a ban on mink farming. The prohibition is a transitional period until 2024, making it possible for mink holders to offset their loss and to switch to another industry.Unfortunately, the 160 mink holders in the Netherlands have jointly pursued a lawsuit against the Dutch state. The judge then concluded that while it is possible to ban mink breeding, but the mink holders are not compensated enough. This is the mink breeding ban since June of table: a huge blow to the mink.
Fortunately Secretary Dijksma went immediately appealed. This appeal is probably in January 2015. Fur for Animals and the Animal Protection do everything to show that the mink holders Netherlands fur farms do not want. Because 85% of the Dutch are against fur production. That is why we launched a joint campaign to recall the mink holders to stop litigating and to show resistance to fur farms.
PLEASE Sign and share the petition: Netherlands wants no fur farms!