See the article entitled "Removing Deer Hooves" by Dino Labiste.
For additional information on how to remove the deer hooves from
the animal and details on how to construct the deer hoof rattle,
access the "E-mail - Miscellaneous" section. There is
a response from Norm Kidder concerning an e-mail question on the
above topics. The information is in the first e-mail response:
This article was first published in The
Bulletin of Primitive Technology (Spring 1995, #9)
E-mail your comments to "Norm Kidder" at email@example.com
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