A simple method for removing dead fur from fur processing plants is helping the U.S. fur industry reclaim some of its lost income.
The technique is called Fur Tanning Process.
In a video published by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and filmed by one of its veterinarians, Dr. David Graziano, he explains the process.
It is the first time we have actually talked about the technique, and the only time that it’s been described as a “fura” product, according to Graziani.
Fura is the Japanese word for skin, and is an artificial skin that’s been made from dead animal skin and fur.
“Fura is a really important product because it’s very expensive, and it’s a very, very popular product in Japan,” he said.
“It’s really difficult to get people to go out and buy it.
So we’re trying to convince people to give it a shot.”
According to Grosiano, this method, which is called Fura, is a relatively new and cheap alternative to traditional tanning.
“The whole idea of fur tanning is to kill the skin,” Grazini said.
It’s a way to remove dead skin from the animal, which then turns into the kind of fat that’s used in a product called fur leather.
“It’s not just skin, it’s fur,” Grosiani said.
“You just take the fat off the skin, which in this case is the fur.
While the Fur Tannering Process is a simple process, Grazino said it is very effective.””
Now, this is a process that is going to leave no residue on the skin or on the fur, but it also takes about three to five minutes.”
While the Fur Tannering Process is a simple process, Grazino said it is very effective.
“This is not the first product that we’ve looked at that can kill dead skin.
This is one of the most effective, and we’ve been using it for more than 20 years now,” he explained.”
So I think that it really represents the kind, and hopefully the future, of the industry.”
Fura has been used by the fur industry for decades.
In fact, there are still people who have been using the process for years.
“There are still those that still want to use it, and so we’ve seen a resurgence in use,” Gaviani said, adding that the Fur tanning Process has even been used in traditional tannery work for the past few years.
But Grazi said it’s important to understand that not all fur producers in the U., including the U