The highest honor in trapping and fur handling is a certificate worthy of framing and hanging in your trophy room. By Serge Lariviere With the advent of the Internet, it probably has never been easier to learn just about anything … [Read More]
Wildlife Control Supplies, of East Granby, Conn., has announced the acquisition of Vet-Pro Animal Handling Gloves. The Kevlar-lined gloves are made in the U.S.A. and are available in a variety of styles to meet various animal and wildlife handling situations. “Vet-Pro’s full … [Read More]
A few extra steps can help bring in more money on sale day One of the most satisfying things about trapping, for me, is standing in the middle of the fur shed toward the end of January and looking at … [Read More]
By Jim Spencer Well-prepared, properly stretched and dried fur pelts are usually worth more than green fur, but a poorly handled pelt is worth far less because there aren’t any do-overs. Here’s a step-by-step guide for getting it right.