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Steer hide #7677577
09/23/22 02:20 PM
09/23/22 02:20 PM
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K9BeavCoon Offline OP
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My wife wants to make a blanket from one of our steers, hes got a nice mix of red and black. How hard is it to flesh out a steer hide? Anyone home tan one or send one in?

Re: Steer hide [Re: K9BeavCoon] #7680124
09/27/22 11:25 AM
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I have a small tannery and steer hides are one of the few hides that come in that I hang my head. Fleshing them is only one small chore when it comes to them. Pickling, tanning, tumbling..... it is a rough process if you are the only one doing it. However, when they are done correctly, they are great.

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