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Bloody photos from inside a raided mink farm in Oregon

 

By Peter Young on Oct 02, 2013

Private photos give a behind-the-scenes look at the Masog mink ranch in Oregon.

In 1997, an unclaimed action saw 80 mink released from the Masog fur farm in Oregon.

Animal Liberation Frontline has obtained photos from inside this farm, not intended to be seen by the public.

The photos show:

  • Bloody clothing of Nicholas Masog, taken (apparently) after skinning mink.
  • Inside one of the mink sheds.
  • Mink pelts hung in a processing room after skinning.
  • A bin of dead mink.
  • Other photos from inside the farm.

These photos speak loudly to the motives of the Animal Liberation Front.

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Blood-stained pants of a worker at the Masog mink farm.

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