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Fur Harvesters Auction in March featured mostly higher prices

A trapper carries a beaver caught along his trapline during the season. Beavers are a bright spot in the international fur market. (Photo provided)

The Fur Harvesters Auction (FHA), the only international auction outlet for most North American wild fur, held its first auction of the year March 20-22 in North Bay, Ontario.
Most items were up significantly over last year’s results although, for the most part, offerings were relatively small. One example of this was an offering of 35,000 raccoons. Ten years ago, between the now defunct NAFA and FHA, that offering was over 2 million.

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