The auction season for selling regular mink at NAFA concluded with today’s sale of previously offered Black and Mahogany mink. Both varieties achieved near 80% clearances. Some better end goods were withdrawn due to difficult market conditions.
The sale of Section III mink followed and achieved comparatively strong prices in an energetic auction room.
China continues to be the dominant buyer, although, Korea supported the sale of Black females.
NAFA’s July auction winds up tomorrow around mid-day with the finish of the remaining offering of Section III and Inferior mink.