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April, 1938 ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Orange (unty Pnuhltry Rukn h
Oldest and Best Poultry and All Small Stock Magazine
Published in the Southeastern States
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Rtad air Rltte Value IRABBITS1for
e-al Iapw, is used i1y rabbit breeders in their effortito attain
"in the minanufaoturng of size, and it would be well for them to
EilppareL it is used in making look more to the quaEty of their fur
-triimmaipg cloth coats, tripmn- than the amount df their meat if they
B' eses, tri niing for hat, in want tcp prices for either their fur or
kSiarfs and neck-pieoes, linig breeding stock. Third, comes the color
ies, the manufacture of felt, and and texture of the fur. The more beau-
jg ber ways. In fact, the furjbtis- tiful durable furs naturally bring the
2rireaehbed the proportions a higher prices, and'here we come to the
and4ustry. The value of fur was re- real factor thalt governs the price of
ld 'i Amierica at an early date. rabbit furs, which in turn controls the
tpr' country was only a cqlony value of the different breeds.
ie e sovereign rule of Great Brit- The question arises with most every
iveryi sparsely settled by a few breeder as to just wh:ch is the most
iaitLertsmen and Indians, the -bea- valuable to raise. We are producing
Ha was used as the medium of ex- rabbits to-day whose pelts resemble
e instead of the English puhid,i nearly all of the more valuable wild
.I L.tter six we sold, 2 3-4'f nnd average, owned by J.T. Reid. Atlanta.
S& a.I p Feea Manufactureres, Lan-caster, Pa.
= ,tof our land in this seq T,
.s will testify, was measured
t.e a:d of a Coon skin.
Clearing and seitd ng of lan and
jthIieIs killing .of wild aIttnals
. ltl'seasons of the year hasortin-
-bly thinned out the number of
pets that find their way intq, th-'
r.rkets. Only recently has rhe-rab-
ln domesticated and.so improved
fs pelt can be used in the vast
lacIure of fur garments. To-day,
hundredd million rabbit pelts are
lsd Annually n this country, sal-
(r -many millions of dollars. Only
percent are prdnced locally, nine-
ktee percent being imported from
9, Beag.um, England, Germany, Po-
lutralia, and other foreign caunt.
wapra4everal Jactors that goveorj
.ce our pelts will bring First, a
4.ae of any valte as a fur must
irfirom s'heddfng or molt. A pelt
',fip shedding or molt. A pelt
*.-tte an animal is in molt. ill
'In color, rough in appearance.
-fur will often shed afier being
-Scond, comes the density or
of the lur. To commandt*op
-r whether wild or domestic,
fl1-. this fimportant i. a-
Sneglected by a gre:- many
furs, and puite naturally the rabbit
that bring the highest pr'ce is the
breed whose fur most nearly dup:icates
the highest price wild fur Bea.ing this
in mind, let us look at the prices that
are being paid for the furs we are dupli-
cating on rabbits, and this should give
us a fairly safe basis of relative value,
Statistics as a role are dry and uninter-
esting and I try as mt ch as possible to
keep away Weona them, but a few fig-
ures taken from the U. S. Gove.n-
ment's report on the price pad for
Alaskan furs, as published in the United
States Daily, might prove enlightening.
Following are the average prices that
various furs brought.
Silver Fox, 1:.o8 pelts, average $125.00
Blue Fox, 7,967 101.00
White Fox, ~'f~i,,19 60.25
Black Fox; --61 55.00
Red Fox, 21,023 49.60
Mart n, --77 30.00
Beaver, .1,023 26.25
Miink, 26,695 20 76
Mink, 2,695 / 20.70
Ermine, 2,4 1.74
Edifor'S 4.-fH t is the .first .1
stallmen3 of Mli. M .if article, Wat ck.
for the s-cond ahd th r in this mag -
zine, each on va.iojs ilts.
IBed and White New. Z
Havanas Champagne, Heavj)
SWeight Chinchillas and-
Write for prices.
Jess J. Strosnider, Prop.-
Rfd. 8. Mount Washington, 0
An advertisement in S.P. anpd
ejher display or classified will .
Ga. Photo courtesy of the Eshelmanl
The Indian River Hatchery w
opened at Melbourne, Fla., the latt
part of December by Dr. C. D. W,
Smith. Jamesway equipment is been
used Ch.Icks are being hatched -'
exclusively from state Ptllorum-te
eggs, and the hatchery expects to.'j
on the U.S. Florida Approved list'
the near future.
When writing to advert is
please mention Southern Puli
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