In a recent article in the Australian Business Review, we highlighted how the fur industry has come a long way from its infancy.
In 2016, we interviewed a former fur trapper who told us he had spent nearly $500,000 to get his first two fur dogs.
We also visited a processing plant in Victoria, where some of the industry’s most advanced technologies are being used to create some of Australia’s most expensive fur.
This article will look at what it takes to get a truly luxurious fur, as well as the different processing techniques.
There are a few different ways to get that fur, and the only difference is that you’re going to need to get your own facilities to process the animals.
For most people, processing is the cheapest option, but if you’re looking for the most luxurious fur possible, the process takes longer, costs more and requires more labour.
The process is called “fursuitisation” and it is used to produce the fur on an animal.
Fur is processed in a number of different ways, with the majority of the processing done on animals raised in factory farms, while others are done on wild animals that are not raised in an intensive setting.
A fur coat is cut from the head and skin, then a separate piece of fur is made from a hide.
These pieces are then wrapped around the animal’s face to create a head and tail.
The tails are then attached to a tail collar.
Fur coats are usually dyed and/or coloured.
The tail is attached to the body, which is usually a skin or leather.
The fur is then tied around the animals body.
It’s then sent to a lab where it’s tested for coat health, which may include parasites, diseases and parasites that have spread through the animal.
It is then processed, and finally it is sent to the fur farm, where it is dyed, bleached, washed, cut and packaged.
The last step is to put the animal in the cage.
It is a fairly quick process.
The process takes about an hour, and there are some small animals which are usually a bit longer than this.
The animals can be kept in small crates, and some people may even use a small cage for a dog.
Fur can also be produced by a “cutter” or “crate”.
These are machines that use chemicals to remove the animals skin and hair.
They are often found in dog food factories and are also used to make fur.
We’re looking at the main methods of fur processing.
Fur processing in Australia There are many different ways that animals are raised, and fur farms are no different.
Some industries will also use a combination of techniques.
If you’re interested in more information on the industry, check out this article from the Australian Industry Group.
The following is a guide to what we have found so far about the industry.
Fursuitization The fur industry is highly specialized in Australia.
There is a whole sub-industry, the “furry”, which involves a combination in-house and out-of-house processing.
Furry processing involves animals being put in small cages, and then subjected to various chemicals and tests before they are released into the wild.
There are two main types of fursuitizing: fur-processing and fur-breeding.
In the former, animals are given the option of being bred to become a specific type of fur.
If the animal is not able to produce a fur coat, then the breed is abandoned.
There’s also the “cage” method, which involves placing animals in crates and testing them to see if they are susceptible to disease and parasites.
Cages are used to protect animals from the elements.
They’re often used in factory farm conditions where they’re used to store animals.
The animal may be held in a cage for months at a time and then released into a large outdoor area.
Some animals may spend years in a single cage, which can be used to house hundreds of animals.
When it comes to the latter, the fur farmers are often using “futuristic” fur, which looks like a natural or synthetic version of fur, but is actually made from natural fibres, which are naturally less dense than the natural fur.
These animals are also bred to produce fur.
There were also reports of animals being turned into “bronze” fur in the past.
Fur processing involves using synthetic materials, and this can include synthetic pigments and other synthetic substances.
How to get fur from an animal fur processing facility The process of fur-farming involves cutting, separating and bleaching the animals fur, while also creating a fur collar.
This collar is attached onto the animal by a tail that is usually tied to a cage.
The collar is then connected to a collar collar which is also attached to an animal’s body.
The skin and skin is then removed and the fur is cut into a number (usually between 10-20cm) of length.
Once the fur has