In this episode I give an update on fur prices in anticipation of the first major fur sale, the upcoming Fur Harvesters Auction event. I talk about results from the Idaho Trappers Association fur sale and my thoughts on fur prices and the state of the overall fur market.
Of course, we talk about my new book, “More than Wolverine”, and then I get into a discussion on ‘place’, and what determines the physical ‘place’ that you’re in.
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So let’s hear your intelligent remarks on fur prices this season muskrats raccoon Fox coyote mink every thing is in dumps . I
Talk to one buyer he pretty upset with fur market at this time.
If you listen to the audio I talk about fur prices for most species in some detail. Hope this helps. Yes, a poor market for sure.
I have iPhone it really doesn’t
Pickup much Muskrats we’re looking good beginning Raccoon dead item as are mink
Coyotes looked ok Fox zero
Hollywood isn’t promoting fur
Like back in the 70 80 90 now we have slipped into liberal society that pushed garments
Made of artificial components
Fur trapping means bond fire
For your work. Don’t sell your furs cheap hang on burn them to get prices where they belong