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?