WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A farmers’ organization in Poland pressed the government on Tuesday to be positive that mink farmers are compensated in case the animals must be culled thanks to the coronavirus.
The organization dispatched a letter Tuesday to Deputy Agriculture Minister Grzegorz Puda seeking such compensation following a fresh decision to cull hundreds of mink at a farm shut to Kartuzy, in northern Poland, the build four out of 20 tested animals had been infected with the coronavirus.
The animals had been culled Monday, in Poland’s first such occasion. Existing legal pointers don’t have confidence mink farmers eligible for govt compensation and the National Council of Farmer Chambers desires that changed.
The Council asked Puda to with out be aware amend the pandemic-period guidelines in order to guarantee compensation, as breeders anxiety extra mink farms might presumably additionally simply must be shut down.
Poland is one of many enviornment’s ideal producers of mink furs.