Are you looking for more information on fur prices and where/how to market your fur? Check out my book: Fur Profit.
Provided at the bottom of this page is a list of links to places where you can market your fur. If you’re a new trapper, you may prefer to sell your fur to a local buyer, who can provide tips and advice on how to handle your fur properly and produce high quality pelts. Most of the links provided below require that fur be skinned, fleshed and dried before shipping. Selling fur unskinned, or ‘in the round’ usually takes place locally, if at all. Another option is to sell fur at a state auction. These are usually run by state trappers associations and can offer a great chance to tell stories with other trappers and learn tips about fur preparation.
If the low fur prices are making it hard for you to part with that hard earned fur, getting it tanned and selling tanned fur or making fur hats, mitts, and other fur items could be a great option. I recommend having your fur tanned with Moyle Mink & Tannery, the industry leader. Or, you can try your hand at home tanning.
Click the links below for the latest fur market information and auction results.
2021-2022 Market Update and Fur Price Forecast
2020-2021 Market Forecast and Fur Price Update
2019 Fur Prices: Trapping Today’s Fur Market Forecast
2018 Fur Prices: FHA January Auction Results
2017-2018 Fur Prices: Trapping Today’s Fur Market Forecast
NAFA Fur Auction Results, February 2016
Coyote Bright Spot, February 2016
Trapping Today’s 2015-16 Fur Market Forecast
Trapping Today’s 2014-15 Fur Market Forecast
NAFA’s February 2014 Fur Auction Results
FHA’s January 2014 Fur Auction Results
June 2012 NAFA Fur Auction Results
May 2012 Fur Harvesters Auction Results
February 2012 NAFA Fur Auction Results
2011 Fur Market Report (January)
NAFA May 2010 Fur Sale Results
NAFA March 2010 Fur Sale Results
Fur Market Takes a Turn for the Better
FHA Results Positive for Trappers
Places to Sell Your Fur