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Sold some shot coyotes

Postby NickNielsen » Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:12 am

Sold some shot coyotes last night. Sold 17. A bunch for $15, a few for $20, and a few for $25. $5 for a fox, $12 for a huge coon. Considering last years prices it was ok. Still think i'm getting hosed around here. Next year, when I have a new garage, I'm going to put them up. Might as well considering i have the time in the winter. What does NAFA give in their spring sales avg. for a put up coyote? Coon? Fox?


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Re: Sold some shot coyotes

Postby lyonch » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:17 pm

I think you did quite well for carcass prices!! Or were those skun?

NAFA averages vary greatly from year to year! If you want something that will show a true direct relation to what to speculate, follow the strength of the foreign currencies versus the american dollar.


Here is last Feb results. I would expect roughly the same as of now or a touch higher. FYI - the western ND coyotes averaged roughly $75 per pelt last may put up. However that can drop to $25 in a moments notice.

http://www.nafa.ca/en/wp-content/upload ... WF-EN1.pdf
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Re: Sold some shot coyotes

Postby barebackjack » Tue Dec 13, 2011 4:29 pm

Lyonch,

I think you mean the NW ND coyotes brought $75. Aint to many special coyotes in SW ND but man I love me those NW ND coyotes. :wink:



Nick,

Where did you sell at in VC?


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Re: Sold some shot coyotes

Postby Prairie Ghost » Tue Dec 13, 2011 5:26 pm

"Wide white bellies and silver backs"!!! Tough to beat those coyotes up there.
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Re: Sold some shot coyotes

Postby lyonch » Wed Dec 14, 2011 6:03 am

barebackjack wrote:Lyonch,

I think you mean the NW ND coyotes brought $75. Aint to many special coyotes in SW ND but man I love me those NW ND coyotes. :wink:



Nick,

Where did you sell at in VC?



Yes i did mean the NW coyotes. I dont' adventure south very much, so it is stuck in my head that even when i am north i am in western ND i guess LOL. Thanks for clarifying that BBJ!!!
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Re: Sold some shot coyotes

Postby NickNielsen » Wed Dec 14, 2011 6:04 am

Bareback, Sold to Browtine Skulls and Fur., he's a younger kid from Carrington but goes to school at Valley City State.

Chris, They were on the carcass and not too bad i guess. Pays for some gas. Funny how I bitch but I'd still be hunting them if I had to pay to do it.


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