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Poll: Should fur farming be banned in Ireland?

Last month Prada announced it will go fur-free.

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FASHION HOUSE PRADA recently announced that it will stop using fur in its products.

Writing for TheJournal.ie this week, animal rights activist John Carmody questioned why the government still allows fur farming here, with some 200,000 mink held on Irish farms each year.

We want to know what you think: Should fur farming be banned in Ireland?


Poll Results:

Yes (15306)
No (3358)
I'm not sure (367)



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