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Deer and Gameheads / Re: Hello guys and gals...
« Last post by JerseyJays on Today at 08:51:05 AM »
If you a r e just going to let it sit around until you chop it up in would just slice the tail lengthwise, skin the bone out and salt it. In a day it will be dry but fine for your purpose and nearly free.
Lifesize Mammals / Re: advice for videos
« Last post by dentman01 on Today at 08:37:54 AM »
Thanks Brian . I checked out some clips of the change out head so I will be looking at your video, very  nice thanks for the advice.
Bird Taxidermy / Turning rooster pheasant head
« Last post by hambone on Today at 08:36:45 AM »
I don't get many pheasants but I can turn the heads and clean them being very careful and then turning them back, what I would like some tips on is the order you use for doing the clay work and setting the eyes, installing the neck wire and drying the head area, I would like to know if your turning the head more than once.
The Taxidermy Industry / South Africa, new change in Rhino Law.
« Last post by John C on Today at 08:14:37 AM »
Breaking News!
Domestic rhino horn trade is now legal.

It will from today be legal to trade in rhino horn in South Africa after the High Court in Pretoria this morning set aside governments 2009 ban on domestic trade in rhino horn.

Judge Francis Legodi read out his court order in less than five minutes before handing down his 37-page judgment in the application by Malelane game farmer John Hume and Limpopo farmer Johan Kruger.
I really appreciate the resupply i will be making mine this weekend! Woakley sealed the deal for me ill try and post pics when im done
Wanted / Re: Need 2 tanned mule deer capes 20-21
« Last post by valleytax on Today at 07:55:28 AM »
I have one can thaw for photos, I believe it is completely prepped and ready to mount. Colo cape long hair. Split down the back but sewn up already.
150.00 plus shipping.
Thanks Mike
Beginners / carcass disposal
« Last post by mudbug77 on Today at 07:51:30 AM »
I was curious as to what y'all do with the carcasses that are left after skinning out for a mount. I will not just go dump them off somewhere. My husband suggested an alligator rescue in our area but I figured that they might not take them if they had been shot and have the possibility of bullet fragments left in them. Any suggestions??
Deer and Gameheads / Re: Deer Season Observation
« Last post by buckman170 on Today at 07:42:58 AM »
Ticks are not as bad as some years here in NW Minnesota.
Deer and Gameheads / Re: Deer Season Observation
« Last post by Bucknut on Today at 07:04:59 AM »
I have seen more ticks here in SE Minnesota than ever before. 

Deer and Gameheads / Re: The Zebra Damaske
« Last post by Bucknut on Today at 07:01:27 AM »
Very impressive Dennis!
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