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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #13694839 03/28/19
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Sold a 3XL SSL top lot Marten for $206 on the last sale. It helps compensate for the $40 ones.


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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #13706983 04/01/19
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I had 11 cats that avg. 891.00

Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14430132 01/03/20
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I know this is an older thread, but here are the prices for the auction in Fallon from last year, 2019, if anyone interested. Curious to see what this year brings.

http://www.nvtrappers.org/historical-sale-results/2019.pdf


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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14438616 01/05/20
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We got a couple yotes Saturday night and I checked the Petska website for prices. Not real current but said northern coyotes were bringing $50-$100 on the cob and $20-$30 if well turned out. Also had a comment from somebody in Kansas who said a buyer offered him $5 a piece for nice bobcats!!’ Petska said little to no demand for ‘cats...wth?

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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14470392 01/15/20
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I sold another batch yesterday. I had 12 coyotes that were finished that avged. $80/ea. and 16 more on the carcass that avged. $36./ea.

Seems coyote market maintains strong, compared to about every thing else.


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Re: Fur Prices [Re: TRnCO] #14474174 01/16/20
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How much longer will they stay prime? Or is it too late to start now?

Our coyotes should be similar would think .

Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14475825 01/17/20
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It won't be long now before they start to rub, but you do still have time. Those Montana coyotes should bring more than these eastern Colo. coyotes do, on avg.


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I did $80 pound on castor.

Re: Fur Prices [Re: kennymauser] #14507894 01/26/20
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Originally Posted by kennymauser
How much longer will they stay prime? Or is it too late to start now?

Our coyotes should be similar would think .


Was calling them in western Ks two days ago. My brother traps there. He said they are past prime. We called and shot several. He said not worth putting them on a stretcher.


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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14557148 02/09/20
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A friend of mine sold 78 or 79 at the auction in Hugo, CO. and the prices were way below what they had hoped for. Apparently this coronavirus thing in China has really hit the fur market.
Anyone else hearing or seeing the same?
I'll go to the fur buyer again this coming Tuesday, maybe he'll have the low down on it.


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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14691014 03/22/20
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TR I have 15 stretched and dried I was supposed to take to a buyer this weekend. I called ahead and he said don't bother bringing them. The market for eastern fur has completely collapsed due to this KungFlu shiit. I was able to fold them over and get them in my chest freezer for now but who knows haw they will look in the fall.


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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14691561 03/22/20
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I guess we shouldn't be surprised that the market has collapsed and honestly I won't be surprised if there is no market come this next winter. Guess we'll all have to wait and see how this covid shakes out and how the world economy recovers. I guess cross your fingers that you get to sell them before they freezer burn completely. Would suck to do all that work and not get at least some compensation for it.
If it turns out that there is no market for fur next winter, it'll suck, especially after these last few good years. I guess though, I look for the bright spot in it all, there won't be nearly as many hunters out looking to cash in and those of us that just do it because it eats us up will have all the fur bearers to ourselves.


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Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14691842 03/22/20
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I just GAVE my fur dealer 4 beavers.... free. Good ol' boy dieing of cancer. will be his last year of buying fur and he shows up everyday to do fur. 70 years old.

Re: Fur Prices [Re: Cntrmass] #14703211 03/24/20
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I sold a batch of 30 put up eastern Montana coyotes the beginning of March. There were half a dozen that were rubbed in the bunch. Couple of those brought $25 each, but I still averaged $85 on the lot.

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