Animal Processing Photo Gallary
The small intestine of a sheep being used to make cordage.
A bow made of Osage Orange and the bowstring made from the small intestine of a sheep.
The satisfaction of the final stages of softening the sheep hide.
Soap made from rendered sheep fat, wood ashes and water being molded for the final curing.
Making a fat lamp using various materials for wicks.
Fresh Sausage made using the large intestine of a sheep.
Sheep jerky drying in the sun to be eventually used for a trail snack or made into pemmican.
Cleaning backstrap sinew to be used for sewing thread, fletching an arrow or making cordage for a bow string.
A processed sheep skin provides the head and the lashing for a drum body salvaged from a bongo set.
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