Fur Farm Act, RSBC 1996, c 167

The Fur Farm Act provides a licensing system for fur farming operations, and is applicable to prescribed animals, wild by nature, kept in captivity for the commercial purpose of their pelts. In practice it applies to mink, marten, fisher, fox, nutria and chinchilla. It is an offence under the Act to feed fur bearing animals parts of other fur bearing animals.

Associated Regulations:

Fur Farm Regulation, BC Reg 310/59

Licence Fee Regulation, BC Reg 12/90

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: British Columbia

Topics: brandcarcassfeefeedfur farmfur-bearing animalinspectorlicencespecies

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