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Submission to ban fur farming.

Posted in General news by ALib on the December 24th, 2011

Send in Submission to ban fur farms in Ireland

Please send in a submission asking to ban fur farms in Ireland before the 31/12/2011.

The Dept of Agriculture are currently looking for submissions. Send it into the email address or by post to Animal Health and Welfare (Ref: Fur Farming Submissions), Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, 4 Centre, Agriculture House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
The submission may be as basic as asking for a ban or as detailed as you wish.

Notice from the Dept of Agriculture:

“Fur Farming Review
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, has established a Review Group in his Department to review all aspects of fur farming. The Terms of Reference are:

1) To review fur farming in Ireland taking into account existing legislative provisions for the licensing of mink farming,
2) To comment on the economic benefits of the sector,
3) To consider the effectiveness of existing welfare controls,
4) To make appropriate recommendations.

The Minister now wishes to invite submissions from interested parties, with a closing date for receipt of submissions of 31st December 2011.

Submissions from interested parties should be emailed to or posted at the address below:

Animal Health and Welfare (Ref: Fur Farming Submissions),
Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine,
4 Centre, Agriculture House,
Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

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