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Need Euro done on Hog #5445612 11/27/14 01:46 PM
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I am looking for someone to do a Euro mount on a hog my son killed. I live in central Texas and would like to get this out of my freezer smile please let me know if you can help

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If you don't mind shipping I can do it. I only use beetles and NO boiling water.





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we are located just outside of Georgetown towards Florence/Andice. We don't boil either and use a beetles/maceration combination. Check out the skulls on our website.


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I think those are the first hog Euro skulls I have ever seen (or at least I cannot remember seeing any before....). They look pretty neat.

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Originally Posted By: TonyinVA
I think those are the first hog Euro skulls I have ever seen (or at least I cannot remember seeing any before....). They look pretty neat.


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I'm in north texas. $100 no boiling or bleach

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Just throw them in a bucket of water and put a heater in there if you have one. Change half of the water after a week, for a few weeks.

Shouldn't take longer than 2 weeks to macerate. That is what everyone is gonna do to them. Save money and do it yourself.

After it is clean, degrease it and whiten.


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