July 1, 2015
On day three of its June mink sale, NAFA sold over 600,000 male breeders under heavy competition and active bidding. China was, as expected, the biggest buyer throughout the day.
Short nap Black and Mahogany breeders sold at levels that were firm to recent international sales, while classic naps achieved price advances. Demi Browns advanced across the board.
Mutation breeders also sold at advancing levels across all color phases.
A large collection of Lynx Cats sold 46% mainly to Greece, with good support from other international markets. Larger sizes and better colors sold under good competition, and had the highest clearances.