The Fur Trapping Industry
What kinds of jobs are there in the fur trapping industry?
This group of workers are known as the eyes and ears of fur trapping. They are the ones who fix broken trap, decide where to set traps by using grid maps on hunting ground and more. They track animals by checking for signs such as droppings or lost of food for a specific species in a specific area.
This group of workers keeps the animals in small cages on fur factory farms. They feed the animals with meat by-products and give them water by a nipple system, but after some time,they kill the animals by slaughter, poison them with strychnine which is a poison that paralyzes the animals muscles with painful cramps and neck breaking.
Artisans are known as the craftsperson in the fur trapping industry. This group of workers have skills in a practiced art that makes high-quality products in small loads usually made by hand in traditional was. But nowadays fur clothes are made with machines and technology which is causing artisans to be unemployed.
What kinds of training are required for jobs in the fur trapping industry?
The required training to become a fur trapper is you will have to complete the fur Harvest, fur management, and a conservation course to apply for a license. These courses are given by Ministry licensed instructors and students will have to take a test to get the license.
The required training to become an artisan is you have to do 3,520 hours of on the job training, you also have to complete 480 hours of in class special training and once you finish the required training you receive a certificate.
Animals stay like this until trappers come and put them in cages on fur factory farms
This is what the animals look like when are killed
This is what they use to capture the animals