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View Poll Results: What are you doing with your coyote pelts?
Sending them to FHA 17 25.00%
Selling to a buyer 35 51.47%
Some to FHA and some to a buyer 6 8.82%
Other 10 14.71%
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Old 01-17-2020, 07:27 PM
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What’s everybody doing with their coyote pelts?
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Old 01-18-2020, 04:57 AM
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Selling them


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Old 01-18-2020, 05:01 AM
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Got a dozen so beavers pelts in freezer that I might put up this next week or so an send em onto fha just to test out see how they do I know I won’t be making millions lol
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Old 01-18-2020, 06:17 AM
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Curious as to how this is going to be anonymous.....lol.

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Old 01-18-2020, 06:34 AM
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Well I think the intent was to check one of the options in the question box at top of the thread.
Not too sure though!
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Old 01-18-2020, 08:44 AM
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Just sold a bunch of put up dogs to a buyer and am extremely happy with what I got.
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What am I doing Dave, skinning, fleshing and boarding, why do you ask! Just could not resist.
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Curious as to how this is going to be anonymous.....lol.
You vote in the poll and no one knows how you voted unless you decide to mention it in the comments.

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What am I doing Dave, skinning, fleshing and boarding, why do you ask! Just could not resist.
I'm just trying to get a feel for what other Trappers are doing. I know what Trappers that I know are doing but that isn't a very good indicator of what the majority are doing.
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Just sold a bunch of put up dogs to a buyer and am extremely happy with what I got.
What did you get? Where do you go to sell them?

How much do they give for the neighborhood poodle
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How much do they give for the neighborhood poodle
It all depends on the colour and primeness of the fur.
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What did you get? Where do you go to sell them?

How much do they give for the neighborhood poodle
sold to GFW and my avg would have been somewhere around the $135 mark if not for the few really really weak ones i tossed in. top was $170 and low was $20
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Old 01-19-2020, 08:53 AM
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Coyotes from the lower 48 just sold at the NDFTA sale in Bismarck ND yesterday with a $205 top, and clean collections averaging north of $160 USD.


Those yotes aren't as nice as SK/AB coyotes.
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Coyotes from the lower 48 just sold at the NDFTA sale in Bismarck ND yesterday with a $205 top, and clean collections averaging north of $160 USD.

Those yotes aren't as nice as SK/AB coyotes.
Were you at the auction? I read $128.57 average without the damaged pelts included. That’s incredibly good. What’s a clean collection mean......Labeled pelts?
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Were you at the auction? I read $128.57 average without the damaged pelts included. That’s incredibly good. What’s a clean collection mean......Labeled pelts?




Clean - didn't skin too many junkers.
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