Re: Money for coyote
Yes you can, depending on the quality of the pelt, time of year, its coloration, what shape it is in, if it is properly cased, fleshed, and stretched, how much demand there is for coyote pelts, the number of pelts you have, and a host of other factors. For most occasional hunters, it is best to find a fur buyer that will take them in the round, or still on the carcass. This will get a much lesser price than one properly taken care of but is more economical for the person gathering only a handful of coyotes a year. If you don't have a fur buyer handy or they won't take them in the round, try finding a nearby trapper. You could probably arrange to split the value in some manner realizing the trapper will do a large amount of work. One good thing is that the value of the pelt will be more and he will be selling a number of pelt so again would get a higher price. If you don't know anyone who traps, contact the state trapper's association and they should be able to diect you to someone.
I get around $20 for a pelt in the round for fully prime animals. If I fully prepared the hides, I would see around $40 for each in an average year. This is for Northern Plains coyotes which usually bring top prices. The further south one gets, the less furriers seem to pay for pelts.