Groenewald said that he was planning on coming to Louisiana this year, not sure if it's him or anybody else. There are other furbuyers in the state like RP Outdoors, that I am sure would not be a bad option either. What I will say is to compare fur buyers, and just talk to them, sometimes they have different customers, and while one fur buyer will pay say $30 for a bobcat, the other might pay $50 for your specific one since they know what the end user is looking for.
The other thing I wanted to put out is that you guys need to remember that the craft market is really doing good for furs right now. That may mean some additional prep on your side, but for many of the furs that are not worth the time for the traditional fur buyers, will be worth it for the craft market. I would encourage you to reach out to friends and family, and ask them if they have a jacket, or item of clothing that they would be interested in having fur on it. Just ideas like that, or something that I am doing, my daughter has a doll house, I am tanning a mouse hide from a deer mouse I caught earlier this season, she will have a deer mouse skin rug!
The other thing is that we still have the meat+glands+skull and the other bones if you decide that you want to keep your furs like I am doing. This will of course require additional prep time, but once you get the hang of it, it doesn't really add that much more time. Glands can be a great market depending on who you are selling too, and if you get really good, some buyers will stick with you from year to year. Just putting this out here for the folks that maybe don't know, hope it helps.