Oregon mink farm may also imprison foxes

Oregon mink farm may also imprison foxes

The photo below was obtained from an owner of the Black & Blue Farms mink farm in Stayton, Oregon. It is not 100% confirmed that this photos was taken inside the farm, and the possibility exists that it was taken at another Oregon fur farm. However there are no known fox farms in Oregon, and the likelihood is that the Black & Blue fur farm in Stayton also imprisons foxes. Please send any corroborating info to whistleblower [at] coalitionagainstfurfarms [dot] com. Note: Co-owner Lyndia Basl also owns/operates a local convenience store called Detroit Market (100 Detroit Ave. N., Detroit, Oregon 97342).     Sign up to receive three fur industry reports published by Coalition Against Fur...

Photos from Inside a Chicago-Area Fox Farm

The photos below were taken at a fox farm in Joliet, Illinois; near Chicago. This farm was made public after PETA posted images of this farm, and the name of its owner: Richard Ross. Ross is a pastor at the St. Bernard Parish. Coalition Against Fur Farms has obtained the full collection of photos taken by a PETA investigator at this farm, as well as several videos (which will be posted in the near future). Some of these photos have not been seen until now. The available information on the farm, as listed in The Blueprint 2010 Supplement, is as follows: fur farm 17135 & 17141 Rosalind Street Joliet, IL 60432 Robert L. & Joan C. Kern, and / or Richard Ross. Notes: Fox farm. Confirmed open, 2010. Ross is a Catholic priest. Holds approximately 100 foxes. Cages at far south end of property, hidden in the woods. The Richard Ross fox farm appears to be a small backyard operation, holding 50 to 100 foxes at most. Satellite images of the farm show it to be well-concealed under a canopy of trees, and to be comprised of dozens of small cages in a very small area. (View the full set of photos by clicking “Read More” below) Here are the photos of this horrific prison:    ...