Our approach to fur farming is extremely respectful of the
environment and an excellent example of a natural, renewable and
All farming activities take place on the farm, limiting
the need for transportation of the animals and thus reducing the
production of CO2 to a minimum. Furthermore, the by-products of fur
farming itself are used. Animal fats from mink are used in the
production of bio-diesel. The rest is fully utilised for C02
neutral energy, as fertilisers for growing crops and for cement
production, etc. Fur animal feed, for instance, uses by-products
from the fish and meat industries. By-products that would otherwise
be disposed of.
Denmark has one of the toughest environmental legislations
in the industry and often serves an example for other fur producing
Fur apparel in itself is remarkably long wearing, unlike
the trend towards disposable fashion - which produces tons of
unwanted materials (80% non-biodegradable synthetics) which end up
in landfills. Fur garments can be easily recycled, tailored into a
new design in keeping with changes in fashion and consumer needs.
Thus ensuring an even longer lifespan from one generation to the
Finally, fur is a product from nature and will eventually
return to nature over time.