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pelt

the skin of a fur-bearing animal, such as a mink, esp when it has been removed from the carcass
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At this auction, 28 buyers took up the offer of swakara pelts, with several others bidding, but not being successful.
The highest-ever price paid for pelts was achieved when 94 O Light Selected Extra pelts were sold for a price of N$2 279.48 per pelt by Mr.
Request for quotations : Purchase of equipment for primary processing of pelts of mink
Markets in Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were found selling wildlife pelts and fur.
Though we have good coyote pelts, the higher demand is for the smaller, paler western pelts.
Just over 52,000 swakara pelts changed hands last week at the Kopenhagen fur auction where Namibian karakoel farmers enjoyed the results of one of their best seasons ever.
China produces its own pelts, but the USDA's Foreign Agricultural Survey, or FAS, reported in 2010 that China's homegrown furs have been marked by low quality resulting from in-breeding, high feed costs and poor nutrition.
The new price structure will hurt American Fur businesses this coming season due to the sharp increase in the cost of the pelts. In addition to the increased cost of the fur pelts, labor and transportation cost have also increased which will add additional costs to the final product.
When the lock was cut off, the owner discovered trapping equipment and six pelts inside, and he called DEC.
The problem is that changed deliming techniques change the properties of pelts. Therefore, it has become necessary to improve the bating process.
CHEAP Chinese fur, including the pelts of cats and dogs, is flooding into Britain and the EU, a conservation charity claims.