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Good Distance for drying fur? #6459435
02/12/19 06:19 PM
02/12/19 06:19 PM
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Indiana, Benton/Jasper
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Just wondering what a good distance for drying fur is, from one coon pelt to another same as muskrat. Also how do you guys hang your fur? By the nose or by the other end?


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Re: Good Distance for drying fur? [Re: Siegs] #6459536
02/12/19 08:02 PM
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In a room with good air circulation with a fan and temperature between 50-60F I would hang my pelts, on their board, a couple of inches apart with their heads down.


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