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.

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.

The satisfaction of the final stages of softening the sheep hide.

Molding Soap

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.

A processed sheep skin provides the head and the lashing for a drum body salvaged from a bongo set.

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2 Responses to Animal Processing Photo Gallary

  1. Jake says:

    I loved this class!!! I have a greater appreciation for the meat we have and a much greater understanding of what an animal can provide. Thanks for the class!!

  2. I really like what you’ve acquired here, really like what you’re saying and the way in which you say it.

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