Courtney Sturgeon, KTTC
GRAND MEADOW, Minn. (KTTC) - Hundreds of mink were released by animal rights activists at Einar Myhre's Farm in Grand Meadow, Minnesota on Monday.
Myhre has worked on his family's farm since 1960. He spends his day tending to 450 of the small, furry, web-toed animals. On Wednesday, Myhre was setting traps and continuing to search for at least 60 of his mink still missing. Many were found after the raid, but Myhre says if the others aren't found, they'll most likely die in the wild.
"They're not doing the animals any favor we picked some off the highway," says Myhre. "Not pleasant to pick some up when they get hit by a car-- they just don't understand."
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