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When it comes to high fashion in China, there’s nothing quite as coveted as a mink coat. Everyday people save up for months to afford the plush, extravagant outerwear, flocking to malls by the busload every winter to get their hands on one. VICE China took a deep dive inside the lucrative industry to find out why mink fur is so popular in the country, and to see how the coats get made—visiting the farms that harvest minks, the factories turning their fur into jackets, and the vendors selling them for thousands of dollars apiece. WATCH NEXT: Challenging China's Fashion World in STATES OF UNDRESS — 🤍 Click here to subscribe to VICE: 🤍 Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍 Click here to get the best of VICE daily: 🤍 Like VICE on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Download VICE on iOS: 🤍 Download VICE on Android: 🤍
Our investigation took us to 13 fur farms in China, revealing cruel living conditions and inhumane methods of slaughter. These raccoon dogs are shown being ineptly electrocuted so that their fur coats can be used in fashion garments. Join us to end the fur trade, and fight against all animal cruelty.
Subscribe to #PETA: 🤍 . 🔔Turn on ALL push notifications 🔔 It takes as many as 40 animals to make one fur coat. On fur farms in China, where this footage was filmed, there are no penalties for abusing animals. China, which is the world's largest fur exporter, supplies more than half of the finished fur garments imported for sale in the United States. Foxes, minks, rabbits, and even cats and dogs (whose fur is often intentionally mislabeled for U.S. consumers) suffer in outdoor wire cages, with no shelter from pouring rain, freezing nights, or the scorching sun. Before they are skinned, animals are yanked from their cages, thrown to the ground, and bludgeoned. Undercover investigators saw workers roughly restrain animals and then anally electrocute them, as in the footage above. Find out more about the horrors of the fur industry: 🤍 PETA's mission statement is that animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way: 🤍 The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: 🤍 How to go vegan: 🤍 PETA Saves: 🤍 PETA: 🤍 FAQs: 🤍
A look into three massive rabbit fur farms and a slaughterhouse in China shows that rabbits are forced to live in cramped, filthy cages before finally being strung up and skinned—sometimes while still alive. This case is hardly an anomaly: A previous PETA Asia investigation into a Chinese fur farm revealed that rabbits were shocked with electrical devices, causing them to scream in pain. No matter where it comes from—China, Sweden, the U.S., or anywhere else in the world—fur is always the product of a cruel industry. Please, refuse to wear or buy fur, and urge your family members and friends to do the same. Retailers Revolve and Rent the Runway both sell products made with rabbit fur from China. Please join PETA in urging them to drop all real fur immediately in favor of animal-friendly materials: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: 🤍 How to go vegan: 🤍 PETA Saves: 🤍 PETA: 🤍 FAQs: 🤍
When it comes to high fashion in China, there’s nothing quite as coveted as a mink coat. Everyday people save up for months to afford the plush, extravagant outerwear, flocking to malls by the busload every winter to get their hands on one. VICE China took a deep dive inside the lucrative industry to find out why mink fur is so popular in the country, and to see how the coats get made—visiting the farms that harvest minks, the factories turning their fur into jackets, and the vendors selling them for thousands of dollars apiece. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to VICE Asia: 🤍
ADI’s latest film of our investigation of a Polish fur farm, demolishes fur industry claims that killing on fur farms is quick, efficient and humane and reveals the tragedy of the fox that almost got away. Electrocuted and tossed, seemingly lifeless, onto a cart, the fox begins to stir amongst the other dead animals. Finally slipping off the cart, he makes a run for it but all too soon is recaptured by the swearing farmer. Knowing what will happen to him, he desperately tries to avoid the electric probe, the farmer hitting him in the face. Eventually, he bites onto the probe and dies. He fought for his life until the end. Despite industry claims that “100% of the animals are dead within 10 seconds” our film shows the tragic and cruel reality. No matter how they try and dress it up, fur is a product of pain and terror. THE ANIMALS ARE FIGHTING FOR THEIR LIVES AND SO ARE WE! PLEASE HELP END THE CRUEL FUR TRADE. HELP ADI tell their stories and end the suffering: 🤍ad-international.org/donate
Animal Equality has traveled to China in order to film the cruel and shocking killing of animals for fur.
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PETA Asia-Pacific's video footage from an undercover investigation shows rabbits crammed into filthy cages that are encrusted with urine and feces. Workers at the farm pull rabbits from cages by their ears and shoot them in the head with handheld electrical devices – often multiple times – while the terrified animals kick and scream. Then the rabbits are hung upside-down and decapitated.
Shocking anti-fur footage from PETA Asia's latest investigation that shows the reality of the fur industry: cold-hearted cruelty. For more information, please go to 🤍.
Subscribe to #PETA: 🤍 . 🔔Turn on ALL push notifications 🔔 A PETA Asia undercover investigation reveals the cruelty behind the angora rabbit fur industry: 🤍 Urge the Chinese government to ban the cruel live plucking of rabbits for angora fur: 🤍 Spanish version: 🤍 Chinese version: 🤍 German version: 🤍 PETA's mission statement is that animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way: 🤍 The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: 🤍 How to go vegan: 🤍 PETA Saves: 🤍 PETA: 🤍 FAQs: 🤍
Support our investigators by supporting Animal Equality TODAY!: 🤍 Sign now at 🤍 to help us stop the massacre! At Animal Equality we have started a campaign to end the consumption of dog meat and its production in China. Just like you, we form part of the millions of people who think that cat and dog slaughter for human consumption is unacceptable. This is why we are urging the Chinese government to forbid this cruel trade.
Undercover investigation in "Baltic Devon Mink" (Van Ansem group) the largest fur farm in Latvia reveals shocking, systematic cruelty against animals. Footage was taken in spring 2021 by an animal rights activist working on the farm and documenting the mink breeding process and their culling in gas chambers. Sign the petition: 🤍 #kažokādaspagātnē
On fur factory farms around the world, millions of rabbits, foxes, mink and other wild animals spend their entire lives in cramped cages, deprived of the ability to engage in natural behaviors—only to be killed in the name of fashion. With your support, we are leading the fight to pass laws and secure corporate commitments on this critical issue. Together, we can create a fur-free future.
Subscribe to #PETA: 🤍 . 🔔Turn on ALL push notifications 🔔 Animals on fur farms spend their entire lives confined to cramped, filthy wire cages. Fur farmers use the cheapest and cruelest killing methods available, including suffocation, electrocution, gassing, and poisoning. Join Olivia Munn in boycotting fur and fur trim. PETA's mission statement is that animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way: 🤍 The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: 🤍 How to go vegan: 🤍 PETA Saves: 🤍 PETA: 🤍 FAQs: 🤍
A new PETA investigation of the cashmere industry in China and Mongolia—the world's top cashmere exporters—reveals extreme cruelty to and violent killing of cashmere goats. Take action for goats: 🤍 Eyewitnesses saw workers pin down terrified goats, bend their legs into unnatural positions, and tear their hair out, causing them to let out heartbreaking screams. And when they're deemed no longer profitable to the cashmere industry, they're killed for cheap meat. Together, China and Mongolia produce 90 percent of the world's cashmere. China has no penalties for abusing animals on cashmere farms, and the situation in Mongolia appears to be much the same. The best way to help these goats is to refuse to support this cruel industry—by never buying anything made of cashmere.
For copyright matters please contact us at: farmharvesthd🤍gmail.com This Cute little mink is a part of multi billion dollars industry, And the reason for that is the ever-increasing demand of Mink’s Fur. It is estimated that European farmers produce around 40 million mink skins per year, usually sold at auctions for 2 to 2.5 billion dollars. The production value peeked in 2013 at 4 billion dollars, setting up a new record. There are more than 5000 fur farms in Europe alone. Most of which are dedicated to mink farming, contributing to 65% of global mink production. The average sized farm Houses more than 40,000 minks and these numbers sound really impressive! But, the farm life of minks is not as beautiful as you might think…. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. I use different stock footage and clips of videos that I can find related to the video and search images to visualize the narrative and story that I’m trying to tell. All of which falls under fair use. I hire different researchers and writers for the script for each video along with my original commentary and hire different voice over actors that can properly convey the the theme of the video. Music in the video 🔻 "Savfk - The Grid" is under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0) 🤍 Music promoted by BreakingCopyright: 🤍 🔺 🔻 Song: "Sappheiros - Falling (Ft. eSoreni) [Chill]" is under a Creative Commons license (CC-BY) Music promoted by BreakingCopyright: 🤍 🔺 ––––––––––––––
Many countries and brands are ditching fur. But it’s too soon to say that fur is gone for good: in many countries, animal pelts are still in high demand. In 2019, 35 million mink skins were sold globally. What does this mean for the environment? Reporter: Tatiana Kondratenko Video Editor: Frederik Willmann Supervising Editor: Malte Rohwer-Kahlmann/Joanna Gottschalk We're destroying our environment at an alarming rate. But it doesn't need to be this way. Our channel explores the shift towards an eco-friendly world — and challenges our ideas about what dealing with climate change means. We look at the big and the small: What we can do and how the system needs to change. Every Friday we'll take a truly global look at how to get us out of this mess. #PlanetA #Fur #FauxFur Read More: Global Fur Retail Value Report 2021: 🤍 China’s fur trade and its position in the global fur industry: 🤍 Impact of invasive species from fur farms: 🤍 Fur free retailers: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 1:15 Fur in Russia 3:00 Global fur trade 3:28 Fur in China 4:21 Environmental impact of fur 7:16 Faux fur & other alternatives to fur 9:18 Conclusion
Here is how to help them: 🤍 This video shows the harrowing cruelty of the fur trade and features heartbreaking scenes of animals including cats and dogs being suffocated, electrocuted and skinned alive. Narrator Olivia Munn appeals to all fashion lovers to show compassion and say no to fur and fur trim.
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Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: 🤍 China's proposed Winter Olympics co-host boasts pristine ski slopes carpeted with artificial snow, but the city once dubbed the country's "fur capital" is also home to tens of thousands of caged rabbits and mink bred for their skins. Follow AFP English on Facebook: 🤍 Latest news on AFP English Twitter: 🤍 Share your top stories on Google+ 🤍
Subscribe to #PETA: 🤍 🔔Turn on ALL push notifications 🔔 As this investigation reveals, Finnish fur farmers are still confining Arctic foxes (or "blue foxes") to tiny, barren, wire-mesh cages, forcing them to become so obese that they're about five times heavier than wild foxes and leaving them to suffer from painful and debilitating medical problems, such as eye infections and foot deformities. The reason? Greed. Larger pelts fetch more money, and it's cheaper to deny animals much-needed medical care. Learn more about the fur industry and what you can do by visiting: 🤍 PETA's mission statement is that animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way: 🤍 The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: 🤍 How to go vegan: 🤍 PETA Saves: 🤍 PETA: 🤍 FAQs: 🤍
WARNING: This video contains images that some people may find distressing. Fun Fur? a film by Mark Rissi. Undercover investigators from Swiss Animal Protection/EAST International toured fur farms in China's Hebei Province, and it quickly became clear why outsiders are banned from visiting. There are no regulations governing fur farms in China—farmers can house and slaughter animals however they see fit. The investigators found horrors beyond their worst imaginings and concluded, "Conditions on Chinese fur farms make a mockery of the most elementary animal welfare standards. In their lives and their unspeakable deaths, these animals have been denied even the simplest acts of kindness." Copyright: Swiss Animal Protection/EAST International. 🤍
A PETA Asia investigation in China reveals horrific abuse of dogs whose skin then entered the leather market. Because of the lack of supply-chain traceability that is common in China and intentional mislabeling, products made of dog skin could end up anywhere in the world. Learn more: 🤍
Fur farming is the practice of breeding or raising certain types of animals for their fur. The most popular are mink and fox fur. Most of the world's farmed fur is produced by European farmers. These areas of production collectively account for 50% of the global production of farmed fur Credit : Zimbal Mink 🤍 Kopenhagen Fur 🤍 If you are the owner, send me a comment on the video. I will follow your request as soon as read. Thank you Thank For Watching Noal Farm For more Hot video Please Sub me Here: 🤍 And More playlist Noal Farm : 🤍 Noal Sea : 🤍 #noalfarm #noalharvesting #MinkFarming
Subscribe to #PETA: 🤍 . 🔔Turn on ALL push notifications 🔔 Olivia exposes the intense suffering of animals on fur farms in this shocking video. Find out where fur really originates and who's really paying the ultimate price for it. PETA's mission statement is that animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way: 🤍 The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: 🤍 How to go vegan: 🤍 PETA Saves: 🤍 PETA: 🤍 FAQs: 🤍
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SIGN THE PETITION: 🤍 In honor of International Animal Rights Day, Animal Equality has released a new investigation that reveals that wet markets in China continue to sell and slaughter dogs and cats for meat, despite media reports and statements from the country’s government proclaiming otherwise. According to research, more than 10 million dogs and 4 million cats are killed for consumption each year in the country. THE DETAILS: This is not the first time we’ve investigated the cruel dog and cat meat industry in China but with new images collected in May 2020, we have again proven that this trade is ongoing and brutal to its animal victims. In exclusive footage collected with the help of local activists in the cities of Liuzhou-Nanhuan, Liuzhou Quianjin, and Guilin-Ximen, the investigation shows: - Caged dogs and cats piled on top of each other in Southern China’s wet markets - Dogs killed and skinned on the spot to be sold to consumers - Frightened cats crying out and being violently removed from cages with metal pliers - Animals beaten and killed by workers wielding metal bars - Dogs and cats witnessing the slaughter and skinning of other animals - Dog and cat meat prepared and displayed by the vendors without adhering to sanitation standards OUR WORK IS ONGOING: The new investigation video also includes footage from our previous investigations into China’s dog and cat meat trade, which we began reporting on in 2013. Thanks to our work, 33 cat and dog meat retailers and a dog slaughterhouse have been closed by Chinese authorities, and coverage of this important issue has been seen by millions of people around the world. WHAT WE’RE SAYING: "The footage our investigative team was able to collect is truly shocking. Despite international outcry, dogs and cats continue to suffer in China, victims of a cruel industry. These animals are usually kidnapped from loving homes to be then confined in cages and brutally slaughtered. The time is now to end the dog and cat meat trade for good, " says Sharon Núñez, President of Animal Equality. WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP: We’re asking the Chinese government to permanently ban the consumption of dog and cat meat throughout the country, without exceptions or exclusions. This request is being driven by an international petition that has already collected more than 650,000 signatures across the world. To make the most impact for these voiceless animals, please sign and share our petition. And remember, billions of animals are suffering around the world. Please, choose compassion and leave animals off your plate. HELP VOICELESS CATS AND DOGS: SIGN OUR PETITION TODAY! 🤍
In China lots of dogs being skinned alive. It's horrendous, the poor creatures were piled on top of each other STILL ALIVE WITH NO SKIN OR FUR.laid his head back down and awaited his agonising death. Yes it does happen, it probably won't stop until the older generation using archaic and disgustingly cruel methods and dogs in general die off, soon I hope.
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