Difference between revisions of "Mink"

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<th scope="col">Number of Mink</th> </tr></thead><tr><td scope="row">Stark</td><td>2,093</td></tr><tr><td scope="row">Wayne</td><td>1,860</td></tr></table>[[Category:Natural History Geography]]
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<th scope="col">Number of Mink</th> </tr></thead><tr><td scope="row">Stark</td><td>2,093</td></tr><tr><td scope="row">Wayne</td><td>1,860</td></tr></table>[[Category:Natural History Geography]][[Category:WIP]]

Revision as of 17:09, 27 June 2013

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In 1992, 24 farms raised Mink for their pelts. The leading numbers of mink in two counties were:

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County Number of Mink
Stark2,093
Wayne1,860