According to Fur Processing Industries (FPI), the world’s largest fur producer, the process for processing fur pellets involves a large number of processes.
These include salting, filtration, drying, and slaughtering.FPI also provides a breakdown of each of these processes in its Fur Pelting and Production Statistics, which it says has “a wealth of data and data sets” that helps the industry “better understand its processes and trends.”
FPI estimates that, “with the right amount of data, a fur producer can predict the outcome of their process and the resulting product.”
The Fur Pelts and Production Database contains data on production and processing, as well as animal health and safety.
For example, FPI has detailed information on the use of pesticides, which are common in the industry.
FPI also has data on the environmental impacts of fur production, which include how much waste and land is used to produce fur and how that waste is treated.
It also has information on how much fur is used for clothing, shoes, bedding, and toys.
The Fur Processors Association of America also provides data on animal welfare and environmental issues.
Furry fur is one of the fastest-growing consumer products in the world, with more than 70% of all fur products sold worldwide.
According to the U.S. Fur Processing Industry Association (FPIA), global sales of fur were worth $1.8 billion in 2015.
It’s estimated that about 85% of fur used in the U