Tanned Fur and Hides

Buffalo Robes | $400–$700

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These January hides are from two-year-old animals raised for bison meat. We alum-tan the hides, soften them with corncob grit, and hand-sew any holes. Hides average 34 square feet, but we also have larger ones. Extremely nice hair!

Mule Deer | $65–$80

Prices on these Nebraska deer vary, depending on the size and quality of hides.

Whitetail Deer | $65–$80

Prices on these Nebraska deer vary, depending on the size and quality of hides.

Badger | $60 and up

Our badgers are generally trapped in Nebraska and Wyoming. Prices vary according to size, quality, and whether the claws have been retained.

Gray Fox | $45–$60

Prices vary, depending on the size and quality.

 

Mink | $25–$35

Few pelts match the luxurious mink—highly sought by Plains Indians (and city socialites).

Raccoon | $35–$60

Our raccoons are from the Platte River, and the pelts are top-quality. Prices vary according to size.

Ermine | $12–$20

Because ermine are such fierce and determined predators, their fur was used to represent the fear inspired by skillful Plains Indian warriors. Beyond that, it’s one of the most beautiful pelts.

Skunk | $25–$40

We alum-tan these Nebraska skunks on-site. Prices vary, depending on whether you want a medium or large one (we don’t sell any small ones).

Beaver | $45–$75

Every self-respecting trader should sell beaver pelts. After all, they are what started the North American fur trade!

Red Fox | $75 and up

Most of our red fox are from Wyoming.

Coyote | $75 and up

Our coyotes come from western Nebraska and Wyoming.

Bobcat | $80–$400

These highly prized bobcat pelts are from western states such as Montana, Colorado, and northwest Nebraska. Quality and size makes a huge difference in price, so call for a quote.

Opossum | $25–$40

The pelt of North America’s only marsupial, the opossum, makes beautiful trim fur.