New York’s RSPC is set to buy some of the fur, lamb and chicken from a fur farm in Arizona.
The RSPCC said it was investing £400,000 ($721,000) to open a farm in Hanover, New Hampshire, where they plan to sell the animals for a profit.
“We’re hoping to sell a few animals to our customers,” said RSPCoordinator, Rona Mancuso.
The fur is made from a mix of breeds of sheep and goats.
RSPCO’s Rona and Tim Karp said the animals had been bred and raised for over 100 years.
“It’s one of the biggest fur farms in the country, with over 100,000 sheep and cattle, and a huge number of chickens,” Mr Karp told the BBC.
“They are well-known in Europe, and the sheep are also a big part of the business in the US, and Australia too.”
RSPO said it had not yet received any formal applications for the farm.