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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by taxidermyfreak, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. taxidermyfreak

    taxidermyfreak ***RIP DAD & JONNY***

    I need some help i feel like i am losing money every year on turkeys... but i have not changed my price in 7 or 8 years ..
    what are you guys charging these days for flying-full strut- half strut and just walking???? Any and all advise would be greatly app.
  2. Todd B

    Todd B Active Member

    I know this has been said a million times but you need to figure out what ii takes for you to mount a turkey and charge accordingly. It should not matter what others charge. I will answer your question though. I charge $650.00 for a turkey. I do not know if that is good or bad, it is just what I charge. I was at $550.. and raised my prices last year because I did not want many turkeys. Well it backfired and I ended up with more than ever.

  3. taxidermyfreak

    taxidermyfreak ***RIP DAD & JONNY***

    Thanks todd for the info... sorry i looked for a post related to this and could not fined one... But yes i WILL BE CHANGING MY PRICES NOW LOL way to low...
  4. bucksnort10

    bucksnort10 Well-Known Member

  5. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Number of hours in the mount times shop rate plus cost of materials including shipping. You will never be under charging if you shop rate is on. I get $425 for a breast mount/tail mount with artificial or freeze dried head that I paint.
  6. twinrivers

    twinrivers Active Member

    What is your shop rate out of curiosity?
  7. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Everything under the sun that it takes to operate my business reduced to an hourly rate.