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FINALLY a book on mink care!!!

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FINALLY a book on mink care!!!

Postby Minkenry » Sat Dec 27, 2014 12:56 pm

I am happy to announce that after a year and a half of hard work, I have finally finished my book on mink care! It is a 242 page book that is split into three separate sections.

The first section goes over mink as an animal. The first half of the section goes over mink in the wild, and the second half of the section goes over mink in captivity, comparing and contrasting them with domestic animals like dogs and ferrets.

The second section goes over my experiences with mink, telling several interesting stories about different mink I've kept, giving the reader an inside look into what it is like to raise and care for a mink.

The third and last section goes over mink care and training. This section is useful for both people who intend on keeping mink as a pet, and who want to hunt with their mink.

Here is a video showing a quick overview of my book.

We accept orders from around the world, and this book has already been sent to over half a dozen countries! To order, send an e-mail to....

In that e-mail provide your mailing address, a good e-mail to use for PayPal, and your choice of full color, or black and white. The black and white copies are $35 and the full color are $50 (U.S. Dollars).

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Re: FINALLY a book on mink care!!!

Postby Ash » Sat Dec 27, 2014 9:39 pm

That's really cool. I'll bet a lot of potential mink owners would be excited for that. That must have taken a lot of hard work and dedication to write.
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Re: FINALLY a book on mink care!!!

Postby caninesrock » Wed Jun 01, 2016 12:49 am

That's awesome. If I ever decided to get a mink in the future, I'd definitely check out your book. :)
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