It is a lot easier to start on something smaller. Learning on squirrels is a good start. Rabbit is easy to tear up so a good learner after the squirrel and not ruining a large hide.
I believe there is a tanning thread or two on here. I can't remember who started it but a she is a wealth of info...
Good day all.
There is one called Fooled ya. Hot as a bell pepper with Jalapeno flavor.
Starting to warm back up here. Good thing because the stove quit last night. Wood was to green to burn up. Time for more coffee.
The neighbors (trying not to get me to buy) said I would never be able to deal with the ants in this house. Ortho home defense every spring and almost no bugs all spring and summer with very few ants. Last year with no bee's I was making sugar water in the kitchen and had a 25lb bag in the...
That IS a heck of a deal. My 9n I bought when looking for a riding mower and it was cheaper than all the mowers with bush hog and scraper blade soooo that's what I got. It's done a lot of brush hogging. The other with the front end loader..... I'm still paying for, but it works.
The one's I thought I just found are not there if it makes you feel any better. The trust worthy options I've looked at are 3-4 times what I sold my heifers for last year after losing my little rent pasture.
I'm currently looking for a few cows. Now worried about the color but I like the brahma grey on my old bull (actually younger but he's in freezer camp) although some tri color spots would look neat pulling a wagon.
They don't really have specific colors. Grey is most common. My avatar is a black bull. Red is also common. They have paint looking ones black and white, red and white, red, white and grey,. I don't have a chart but I'll try to find a link to someone who specializes in the paint look.