Fur farming  

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Fur used from animals caught in the wild is not considered farmed fur, and is instead known as "wild fur". Most of the world’s farmed fur is produced by European farmers. There are 5,000 fur farms in the EU, all located across 22 countries; these areas of production collectively account for 50% of the global production of farmed fur.

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