According to a study by the Ferret Education and Research Trust, only 7 percent of ferret owners are from Yorkshire, once the heartland of ownership.
What does FERT stand for?
FERT stands for Ferret Education and Research Trust (UK registered charity)
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- Federal Electronic Research and Review Extraction Tool
- Ferret Enthusiasts Responsible Rescue and Education Team (Pennsylvania)
- Food Emergency Rapid Response and Evaluation Team (USDA)
- Free Entity Relationship and Reverse Engineering Tool (computing)
- Federal Energy Regulatory Records Information System
- Federal Employees Retirement System
- Forum of European Respiratory Societies (est. 2004)
- Federal Employees' Retirement System Act of 1986
- Forum of European Road Safety Institutes
- Facility for Environmental Remote Sensing and Test
- Fides Est Regni Tutela (Latin: Faith is the protection of the kingdom)
- Filming with a European Regard in Turin (est. 1993)
- Fondation pour l'épanouissement et le Renouveau de la Terre
- Fortitudo Eius Rhodum Tenuit (Italian)
- Fuel Element Rupture Test Facility
- Fuel Efficiency in Road Transport Sector (Enercon, Pakistan)
- Fisheries Economics Research Unit (Canada)
- Federation for Economically Rational Utility Policy
- Forced Expiratory Reserve Volume
- Foreign Exchange Rate Variation (India)
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The Ferret Education and Research Trust (FERT) is the only dedicated national registered charity in England and Wales promoting the care and welfare of the domesticated ferret.
The Ferret Education and Research Trust (FERT) and pet food firm James Wellbeloved are undertaking the first ever British ferret census, with a view to establishing not only UK ferret numbers but also whether they are kept as pets or working animals and their living conditions - housing, diet, veterinary treatment - geographical concentration, rescued or rehomed or not, and how long owners have kept ferrets.