Processing a Successful Hunt: From Feathers to Freezer in Indiana

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    You just trim it down as much as possible and then use borax or salt? I'd love to learn to do it myself. This is my first year turkey hunting and I took mine to a taxidermist but if my daughters get one I'd like to not spend $300 again. Lol

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    @Wayne I will get back to you on this. Borax definitely... when I take everything apart, I'll show you what and how I did it.

  • Wayne's avatar

    @Little awesome thank you so much. Are you gonna post the finished products on here as well?

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    @Wayne yes, I will be sure too... I have other stuff I've already done as well over the years...

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    @Little well I guess I'm gonna go check out your profile and take a look.

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