Fox Sports reported Wednesday that the company could begin producing fur at its facility in Jackson, Mississippi, in just four years.
The company is owned by The Fur Processing Company, which is also owned by Tyson Foods, and is currently the largest fur processing company in the United States.
However, the company has been sued multiple times for not paying workers a living wage, and the company was recently hit with a class-action lawsuit over the wages paid to its workers.
Fox Sports also reported that the process of producing fur can be more expensive than other processing methods, and could result with a higher price tag for consumers.
The process of removing fur from the animal, which can take months, can cost anywhere from $1,500 to $3,000 per kilogram.
The company has also said that fur could be used in cosmetics, food, fabrics and even for toys.