Every 3 or so months I email, message, or call a few (at least 4) random listed antler buyers to find out their current antler buying prices. I believe that people should know the correct current antler prices before selling their antler sheds. Not all, but some will try to buy your antlers at a lower price than what they are worth. Please be aware that these prices are estimates.




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Below are the current 2020 antler prices:

Updated: May 1st, 2020
Previous Update: March 12th, 2020

  • Elk Grade A: $13 a pound* (-7.14% Decrease**)
  • Elk Grade B: $8 a pound* (-11.11% Decrease**)
  • Elk Grade C: $2 a pound* (-33% Decrease**)
  • Whitetail Grade A: $10 a pound* (-9.09% Decrease**)
  • Whitetail Grade B: $6 a pound* (0% Change**)
  • Whitetail Grade C: $1 a pound* (-66% Decrease**)
  • Mule Grade A: $10 a pound* (-9.09% Decrease**)
  • Mule Grade B: $6 a pound* (0% Change**)
  • Mule Grade C: $1 a pound* (-66% Decrease**)
  • Moose Grade A: $10 a pound* (-9.09% Decrease**)
  • Moose Grade B: $6 a pound* (0% Change**)
  • Moose Grade C: $1 a pound* (-66% Decrease**)

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Notes: Because of COVID-19, much of the United States has been locked down since the middle of March 2020, and Chinese buyers have not been importing as many antlers as last year (2019). Currently, a lot of antler buyers are restricting their traveling because of the virus.

Antler prices did drop because of the virus, but not substantially. Grade A Elk antler has dropped roughly -7.14% while the Dow Jones average has dropped -12.24% during the same time frame.


The prices above should help you calculate how much your antlers are worth currently. Want to sell your antlers? Check out our page here.

* The price is an estimate. We get current antler prices every 3 months by randomly calling, texting, or messaging 4 random antler buyers, and then averaging their prices together.

** The percent of the price change from the last antler price update.

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