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freeze drying #7587787 08/23/19 10:05 PM
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talked with a taxidermist couple days ago, he has a set up to do freeze drying, had not heard about it, removes the organs, replace with filler and sew up, the the process take 6-8 weeks depending on the animal, he is getting a lot of pet owners having their pets done. he started out doing conventional taxi. he replicas' the eyes with glass ones

Last edited by colt45; 08/23/19 10:06 PM.

hold on Newt, we got a runaway
Re: freeze drying [Re: colt45] #7605442 09/12/19 09:39 PM
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Buddy runs two machines. Reptiles turn out well. Ungulates ok.

Best used for velvet horns

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