Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Beginners' started by hunter.choice, Mar 16, 2008.
Where do you dispose of the animal carcas after skinning?
garbage,during summer freeze until you take garbage out
I freeze whatever is leftover and put it the trash on trashday
buzzard have eat also
You know what they say ; What comes from the sea can return to the sea (or woods)...
i dig a hole in the yard and dump it in, but then i do birds and small mammals
If your just going to throw it out, let me know. I'll take it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'll pay for shipping, provided it's not a moose or elephant or something.
elizw Pray tell what are you going to do with it?? I eat anything that is good and have fed a carcass to a dog now and then but for the most part we end up with anywhere from 10 to 1000 lbs of dead animals a week. We have a trash freezer and haul it to the dump when full. If you live out in the sticks with no inspectors around you can get away with that, but in a city it is regulated.
um, hmm...I don't know if this is "legal" or not. If it isn't legal, pls speak up. I've got enough worries, without helicopters flying over my house.... ha
So, what would I DO with the little buggers? Well, I build up skeletons. I glue them together. I guess the short answer is that I should have been a zoologist. It is for my own education - nothing more. (by the way, I'm a beginner!!!)
You can see a raccoon skeleton that I posted in the beginners forum a few days ago. He was a complete skeleton that I found in my yard one spring.
As long as it is not on the cities list should be no problem. Articulating a skeleton is an art that requires alot of patience.
I send bear feet to Kansas tied to the bumper of the stepkids truck. LOL.
I feed the crows and buzzard along with other varmints that need to eat. Its Spring so I have to full the freezer for next winter as the bears are starting tio mill about.
Makes good trap bait.
Freeze and take to the dumpster on trash day.
GO WITH JASON O