Bucks to buckskin: Where the deer hides go
Published 12/16/2011, DL-Online
It’s a full-circle concept. A hunter shoots a buck in Northeastern Minnesota. The hide is tanned in southern Minnesota. Then it’s shipped to Duluth, where it’s made into a pair of gloves. And the gloves are sold by retailers in Northeastern Minnesota.Word count: 547
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