October 23, 2020 - Halifax Today
Infections on mink farms in Europe and the United States have revealed the animals are susceptible to COVID-19. Canada's breeders are worried the pandemic could destroy the industry, which is already suffering from a drop in fur prices and losses from the Chinese market.
Merv Wiseman, vice-president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Fur Breeders Association, says mink farmers won't hesitate to cull their animals if an outbreak occurs on farms.
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