AfA calls for fur-farming ban in China

China has made great progress in the last year in terms of publicising its legislating of the ban of dog meat and the wildlife trade.


However, some measures are still required to help reduce the risk of "Covid-X"


Our recent letters to President Xi Jinping & the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs point out that this risk is still present in the vast fur-farming industry in China, which shares some common unhygienic conditions with the exotic meat trade.


We hope China will continue its progressive streak by removing racoon dogs, silver foxes and mink from its livestock catalogue and begin dismantling its fur industry.


Read our letters HERE and HERE

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