Stay snake-safe with these quality snake tongs. This durable tool is for professionals as wells as first timers. Easy to operate, lightweight, and humane.
Available in Standard Jaw or Gentle Giant.
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Available in 4 Lengths - 25", 40", 48', and 52".
25" - Excellent in cages waist high or in smaller working areas. Because of the short length, caution must be used.
40" - By far the number one selling of all our tongs. 40" in length makes it comfortable for the average size person.
48" - Excellent tong when you need the additional length.
52" - Very handy when additonal length is a must.
Birds, Bats and Snakes are often the most highly profitable jobs in wildlife control. Mike's on-the-line training course shows you easy, effective and responsible methods to complete the jobs that will increase your bottom line too.
2 Disc Set : 2 Hours and 37 Minutes of Video!
By: James E. Churchill
Here is everything you need to know to make soft leather and dressed furs from the skins of small and large furbearers, domestic animals, reptiles and birds. Organization is by specific animals including:
rabbit, raccoon, calf, squirrel, fox, goat, woodchuck, cow, coyote, deer, wolf, bear, horse, moose, otter, elk, badger, bull, weasel, fisher, alligator, mink, wildcat, birds, muskrat, sheep, fish, skunk, beaver and snake.
In addition to covering all types of skins, beginning with those of small animals and graduating to larger, more difficult projects. This book also details the tools and equipment necessary for each. Information on making your own tools and tanning solutions are also porvided.
Whether you're a newcomer to tanning or an experienced hand, this is an invaluable guide to every facet of the age-old art. With this how-to-reference handy, you can learn to make a number of leather and fur products that are useful and decorative.
By: Albert B Farnham
A book of practical instructions telling how to tan, dress, color and manufacture or make furs and skins into articles or ornament, wear and use.
Learn how to use; deer hides, buckskins, sheep, goats, gator skins, snake skins, birds, etc, to make; robes, rugs, coats, capes, hats, mittens, moccasins, etc.
283 pages, 91 illustrations
By: Hal Sullivan
This is an up-to-date guide for pelt handling. Today's market has become largely standardized in the preparation of raw fur pelts. It will help you produse pelts that meet or exceed these standards. It covers the detailed process of pelt handling from harvest of the animal to the final sale of the pelt. Chapters on the individual species of furbearers detail specific techniques and methods. This book is a complete guide to fur handling and will help you obtain maximum value from your pelts.
152 pages, 300 photos & illustrations.
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