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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-22-2015, 02:08 AM Thread Starter
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fur Buyer Beaver County

Wanting to see if there is one who buys animals in the round.
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Re: fur Buyer Beaver County

none that I know of. If you need to learn to skin let me know I'll help ya out.

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Re: fur Buyer Beaver County

The problem is, no where to do the skinning. Would even be willing to give to give them to someone.
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Re: fur Buyer Beaver County

You could skin them on site in the woods.

Only leave carcass with permisson

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Re: fur Buyer Beaver County

ill take them bobcat..we live fairly close

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Re: fur Buyer Beaver County

Skin it on location it is MUCH easier to skim them fresh. So much so that I skin everything I get on the tail gate right after the catch. It takes what an extra few minutes to skin them when they are hot. The hide pulls right off.

I went out of state with a guy we trapped over a 100 coyote in a week. Everyone was skinned on the tail gate after each catch. You can do it on a long line or a weekend adventure.

Put the carcass in your garbage they will take it, find a farmer with a compost pile, or create your own compost pile.

So you are going to intentionally set traps to catch animals and you have no use for them?
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Skin it on location it is MUCH easier to skim them fresh. So much so that I skin everything I get on the tail gate right after the catch. It takes what an extra few minutes to skin them when they are hot. The hide pulls right off.

I went out of state with a guy we trapped over a 100 coyote in a week. Everyone was skinned on the tail gate after each catch. You can do it on a long line or a weekend adventure.

Put the carcass in your garbage they will take it, find a farmer with a compost pile, or create your own compost pile.

So you are going to intentionally set traps to catch animals and you have no use for them?
Good Luck to you Snapper!
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ill take them bobcat..we live fairly close
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