1811-1820

<< Previous  Next>> Hide Shipments 1811-1820 Aberdeen Journal North of Scotland Aberdeen Scotland Jan 16 1811 Lots of Hides Dried buffalo hides in the hair, sound in the grain, about 20lb per hide. Dried Spanish Horse Hides in the hair, fit for tanning or covering trunks. A few dozen of Dutch Calf Skins salted, about 136lb per doz.   The Caledonian Mercury Edinburgh, Scotland Mar 25th 1811 50 buffalo hides  Missouri Gazette and Public Advertiser St Louis, MO June 27, 1811 FOR SALE The following articles, the property of the United States, now on hand. VIZ. About 200 packs of … Read more

Siberia

9,000-Year-Old Bison Mummy Found Frozen in Time In November of 2014 it was reported: Hidden away under frozen ground for nearly 10,000 years, an extremely well-preserved bison mummy is finally ready to give up its secrets. In 2011, members of the Yukagir tribe in northern Siberia discovered the remains of a steppe bison (Bison priscus), an extinct ancestor of the modern bisonthat still roam the plains of North America and northern Europe. The almost perfectly preserved bison was transported to the Yakutian Academy of Sciences in Siberia, where researchers made plans to perform a necropsy, an autopsy performed on animals. … Read more

Germany

American Bison in Germany   Germany Bison Association Wilderness Society Bison Association in Germany https://bison-zuchtverband.chayns.net/ticker?v=0 German bison breeders: These are wild animals, not cattle Directly from the dpa news channel Aug 30, 2020 Heeslingen/Osnabrück (dpa/lni) – The bison breeders in Germany are demanding a legal classification of their horned cattle as wild animals. “We as an association want bison to be classified as wild animals again,” said association chairman Hans-Jürgen Schröder in Osnabrück to the German Press Agency. So far, bison have been considered cattle, which means that there are corresponding requirements for disease protection. Yearly blood tests for brucellosis, leukemia and other … Read more