Farm animal assets valuations should rise on news of new alternative uses, specifically in the Norwegian and Danish markets:
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority’s section chief for animal welfare, Torunn Knævelsrud, could not rule out that such a bordello could be legal here as well.
“It is difficult to say yes or no,” Knævelsrud told Aftenposten.no.
As long as basics like shelter, feed and care are in place, and injury or suffering to the animal can not be documented, there are no other ways to attack an animal bordello under existing Norwegian law.
A farmer who sells animal sex said he is extremely surprised that foreigners are ready to travel so far for it.
“But the clients tell us that it is much simpler to buy animal sex in Denmark than in their own country,” a horse owner from Nord-Jylland told the newspaper.
We will leave it to you to read the rest of the article. Suffice to say that if you own an attractive animal, you have definitely experienced asset appreciation from the opening of new end markets. This only strengthens our Camels, the Next Big Thing thesis, especially for camels with all the right curves.
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