Category Archive: Whitetail Deer

Whitetail Savings Club Benefits

I was recently talking to a taxidermist friend of mine when I casually asked how he liked the new McKenzie Whitetail Savings Club. His answer surprised me. He told me that had not enrolled in the club yet, even though he was buying whitetail mannikins from McKenzie every month. He said he wasn’t even planning …

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Whitetail Deer Field Care Video

One of the biggest problems caused by taxidermy clients is mishandling of specimens in the field, including sportsmen who make improper cuts on antlered game. For decades, taxidermists have tried to educate their customers on the importance of proper field care. Toward this end, they have printed instruction sheets, brochures, field care diagrams on business …

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Ed Piaskowski Whitetail Gallery

Edward J. Piaskowski, 77, of Jackson Township in Ohio, passed away Thursday, August 7, 2014. Universally liked and respected by his peers, Ed was the embodiment of a gentleman. He was a rare combination of extreme talent, yet humble to a fault. Ed was born on April 6, 1937 in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, the son of …

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Deer Taxidermy Display Options

I love a challenge. The good folks at McKenzie came up with a great one for me. They wanted to see if I was up to creating a fascinating new video project that would take me down a different path. They seemed to like the latest videos I have been producing for them geared toward …

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Basic Steps for In-Shop Tanning

If you ever apply for a job answering questions for a technical assistance help line at a taxidermy supply company, you better make sure that you understand the tanning process forwards and backwards. It would be a good bet that the most common subject for questions on the line will be about the steps involved …

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