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Old60furs Is Buying A "few" Ozarks Furs

Discussion in 'Buyers and Sellers' started by old60furs, Nov 24, 2021.

  1. old60furs

    old60furs MO buyers license number is 2465. I need your #

    I have enjoyed visiting and selling critters on the taxidermy forum for quite a few years. Many of my taxidermist customers and most of the Ozarks trappers have been notified but it'll be a while before my texts and emails slow down. Due to texts and calls from a few serious trappers and a few dedicated taxidermists I renewed my buying license again. Let me know if you need anything.

    I started buying furs in fall of 2005 because I retired from full time teaching and coaching and wanted to trap more but there were no fur buyers in my area. Over the years the number of MO and AR buyers has dwindled down to almost none. I have told some of my better trappers to post their critters on the forum so don't be surprised if a small flurry of new folks join our forum.

    I will continue to visit the forum.


    Last edited: Dec 9, 2021
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  2. Bradley Smith

    Bradley Smith Member

    Yeah and I don't like it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. msestak

    msestak Well-Known Member

    i'm not a fur buyer but i am sorry to hear this. the price of furs, at least around here is falling fast.
  4. bob wendt

    bob wendt indiana, wyoming and kansas

    tough to buy when same as no fur market left for the central, southern, or eastern states type quality. if not northern or western high elevation, just no value this year. only a handful of buyers left in indiana and most of them taxidermists. my western furs still bring great $ ($100 coyotes, $700 bobcats), but here in indiana no market for anything, unless it is something really special. presently coon and possum have zero value. same with beaver, fox, etc.. they some minimal value but it is less than the cost to skin and scrape and put up. the only items left that will pay to produce are high end ( notice the "high end" , not all of them) western cats and coyotes. central , southern and eastern states nothing has any value. done ee done done
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  5. msestak

    msestak Well-Known Member

    i was told by a fur buyer here that large raccoons "might" bring $3.00, coyote and fox maybe $10.00

    thats while the hide is on the body and he has to do the work :)
  6. Really sorry to hear this Marc was really great to deal with His specimens and furs were always prime and top quality and always arrived still frozen and were priced reasonably