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I met Mrs Pearl at the first NTA meeting at Poplar Bluff,Missouri. She brought a life size 2 headed calf that she made the mannikin for. She did...
Sorry to hear of Don's passing. He was a great Whitetail deer taxidermist and a great person. My condolences to his family.
When the Biden / Harris new "Green New Deal" puts all us taxidermists out of work and gun company's out of business we may all get into this to...
Thank you, Ken. Happy your still around or back !!! This site is YOU.
Ken keep this site in good shape since it started BUT I think the site was sold and he no longer owns it or is in charge. I don’t think the new...
There was a place in upstate New York named “Hog Heaven” but I don’t know if they are still in business. They did great hogs.
We need this women to do a business seminar at the next big taxidermy show ! But then again the taxidermy “ industry” probably can’t afford it as...
Nice work !
George She is a “artist” not a taxidermist that can’t get “that” price in his area. His area being the circumference of his head. He can’t charge...
Thanks,I didn’t know that. The old fish guy I knew did make his molds out of a resin bondo mix.
The molds wear out after a lot of use The guys that cast fish usually save the first piece out of the mold to recast when the mold wears out.
How the hell did I do taxidermy for 50 years without one of these????? It must have been the ear sticks I made and my fingers.
Number 1 hardwood sawdust was what all the bird guys around here used. No one ever used corncob grit.
Looks like a barn owl and chick but i’m not a bird guy so get a 2nd opinion.
You were way too smart to be in taxidermy, you were at the top end of the “bell curve” , congrats.
They usually end up with two full time jobs because of their low prices, get way behind, work 7 days get burnt out and bail only to be replaced...
-/——————————-/————————l had the same issues in the 70’s, guess nothing has changed.