The vast majority of Czechs are opposed to fur farming, according to the outcome of a poll conducted by the CVVM agency. According to the poll data, released a press briefing in the Senate on Tuesday, 70 percent of respondents would like to see fur farms banned. Senator Ivana Cabrnochova of the Green party said the poll results should be a signal for Czech lawmakers to amend the law respectively. There are ten big fur farms in the Czech Republic breeding some ten thousand animals, mainly foxes and chinchillas.
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