Coyote Jerky (2023)

Introduction: Coyote Jerky

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You might remember me as the lady who published the Possum Jerky Instructable, and I'm now back with another unique version of this tasty wild game recipe! This time, instead of opossum meat, I have used coyote meat, along with a few other added ingredients.

Coyote is another species that is not known for being edible, however when properly handled and prepared, it can taste just as good as lean beef!

Here is what you'll need:

  • One coyote, freshly harvested. A local trapper may be able to provide you with one if you don't hunt or trap, yourself.
  • Sharp knife
  • Rope or skinning gambrel, to string up the animal for preparation
  • Oven or meat dehydrator
  • Container for marinade

    Marinade Ingredients:

  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Salt and pepper
  • Soy sauce
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Pork Rub (or, brown sugar, onion powder, and chili pepper mixed together to make your own)
  • Other seasonings of choice - anything that works for beef jerky, works for coyote!

Step 1: Properly Handling Coyotes & Their Meat

This step may be disregarded if you have obtained an already-harvested coyote. However, if you catch your own coyote, understand that this is an intense and often aggressive animal when approached. Move cautiously when approaching one and dispatch it with a single shot to the head, which is clean, humane, and will not damage the meat.

Skin the coyote as soon as possible, or at least remove the organs if you cannot get it skinned right away. The coyote is a predator species with a lot of bacteria in its digestive system, and this bacteria can start to cause rapid decay if the carcass is not handled quickly enough. If you skin a coyote and notice any green coloration around the belly or sides, do not eat the meat.
Only the freshest, cleanest, healthiest-appearing animals should be chosen for safe consumption!

Step 2: Prepare the Meat

The first photo shows an outline of where to find the best cuts of meat on a coyote. The backstrap is the most tender, flavorful cut so I would reccomend using this for your jerky. The legs can be more sinewy and are best cut into smaller pieces for stew meat.

To begin, hang the animal up by its hind legs, and make an incision from one ankle to the other. Work the hide downwards like a tube and cut it off at the nose cartilage. The hide can be put in the freezer for another project at a later date!

After your coyote is skinned, cut out the long strips of meat along the back (as seen in the second photo), and then remove the legs if desired.

For jerky making, put the meat in the freezer until it feels firm (but not frozen solid) this will make it easier to cut into thin, even strips.

Step 3: Marinate and Dehydrate

Apologies for lack of photos here, but the process is easy to describe: After your meat has been cut into thin strips, add equal parts Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and apple cider vinegar, enough to entirely cover the meat.

Add salt and pepper, seasoning, and pork rub seasoning to taste. Mix the seasoned marinade thoroughly into the meat strips and place in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours. After this time, you'll notice the meat has turned a darker color, meaning it has soaked in the marinade and is ready to dehydrate.

Place your coyote strips in a dehydrator at it's highest meat setting, and allow to cook for 4 to 6 hours, checking it at least halfway through the process and turning the pieces over if needed.

For oven cooking, set the oven at 200 degrees and allow to cook for the same amount of time, but with the oven door slightly propped open to allow for proper air flow and drying. Again, check on it at least halfway through and remove any smaller pieces that may have dried before the others.

Step 4: Finish and Enjoy!

After your coyote meat has been thoroughly dried, remove it from oven or dehydrator and allow to cool to room temperature. It's now safe and tasty to eat, and many people are surprised at how good this "wild dog" can taste after it's been spiced up and cooked to perfection!

It's a healthy, all-natural snack and better yet, the entire animal can be used if you kept that pelt aside - I even made the skin of this same coyote into a taxidermy mount ...but that's an Instructable for another time! ;)

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    Question 1 year ago on Step 3

    I am a hunter and will only kill something I can eat. I heard coyote meat has to reach 160 degrees to kill trichinosis. We have a dehydrator but I don't think it reaches 160 degrees. Could I put it in a smoker and smoke it at 180 degrees to kill the trichinosis?

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    5 years ago

    (Video) Ep. 7 - Coyote Kill and Cook - Coyote Tacos!!! - A SC Public Land Series

    TrapperEllie, this looks really good which I’ll get my friends that are able to hunt now for them to get some coyotes.

    If you get a chance being we have a new predator now that’s worse than coyotes in South Florida, I sure would like some ideas on possibly python as what is good for jerky and other meals.

    We have restaurants that are making specialty pizzas called the Everglades special which has gator tail,frog legs, and python but they won’t $100.00 per slice!

    If you get a chance to try it, please share it. Now, I’ve been making beef sticks using spice packs from other companies that taste like slim Jim’s. Would these also work on the coyote or is it to gamie tasting?

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    6 years ago

    When I saw your profile pic I'm all like "Awwwww a little puppy doggie" just because I'm mature like that

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    7 years ago on Introduction

    Looks good, just try not to Wolf it down...

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    6 years ago

    If you have never tried it, you should. Just because it is Canis latrans from the canine family doesn't mean you shouldn't eat it. Coyote makes a fine meal.


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    7 years ago

    WOW! Another mind opener on instructables. Now if you were only about 50 years older, now wait a moment, I wouldn't wish that on you. Try again. If I were only 50 years younger ! That sounds better doesn't it?

    Moose, caribou and bear we have and enjoyed.

    We have only been invaded by this species (coyote) only a few years ago, so with your permission I will spread this instructable as far and wide as I can.

    Perhaps I might be fortunate enough to receive a taste.

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    Reply 7 years ago

    Thanks! You can share this anywhere you'd like :)

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    7 years ago

    This a wonderful post. The back straps looks like a great piece of meat. Good to see an animal that is usually only utilized for it's skin providing table fare too.

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    7 years ago on Introduction

    I have actually already made a video like that!
    And as you can see, I put my hand in many different varieties of commonly used steel traps and absolutely none have broken my arm or caused any sort of extreme pain. Hopefully this helps give you a better understanding of how these traps work!

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Wow. Trap-fu. Glad you're okay!

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    Tecwyn Twmffat

    7 years ago


    Respect! I love it when people prove me wrong.

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    Tecwyn Twmffat

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I am a hunter but it seems entirely cruel and unsporting to use a trap that catches the foot of the animal, which could be stuck there for many hours in SEVERE PAIN before it is found. I'm pretty sure these traps are 100% illegal in the UK for that reason. Furthermore, in my training as a deer stalker, we were instructed to 'minimise the pain and suffering of the animal', which means, in a lot of cases, not taking the shot unless we were 100% sure of killing the animal instantly.

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    These traps don't cause "severe pain". I can stick my own hand in one, and though it's a tight grip, there is no real pain, especially since these traps have a rubber padding on the jaws. And it's not "unsporting" at all. To even catch a coyote in one of these traps is a huge challenge, in that the animal has thousands of acres to roam freely, and to get him to step on just a specific 2-inch circle of ground over the trap trigger, is simply not an easy feat! Many people think we just toss traps on the ground and catch whatever walks by. But it simply doesn't work that way. It requires time, effort, dedication, and a knowledge of the target species and it's habits, habitat, and travel patterns to even have a chance of catching it at all.

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    7 years ago on Introduction

    This is quite interesting, never thought about making Coyote into jerky. I will say that I have a couple of Coyote hides and they are some of my favorite. Thanks for sharing!


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    7 years ago on Introduction

    Shut up man you should go get a life.. JK

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    Danger is my middle name

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Yay! I was just wondering when you were going to post another project! I had no idea you could eat coyote, but it's great you can use the entire animal!

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    (Video) Eating Coyote! (catch clean cook) Great Idea! | HD

    Thank you! I'd been wanting to post more but have had a lot of other things going lately, such as vending at events and working on various fur projects for clients. But I'll try and do a few more soon since I've got other ideas as well. And yes, coyote can be eaten just like any other animal, but as stated above it does need to be handled quickly and carefully to ensure freshness. It's really tasty, though!


    Is coyote Jerky good? ›

    Coyote is another species that is not known for being edible, however when properly handled and prepared, it can taste just as good as lean beef!

    Is coyote meat good to eat? ›

    Coyote meat is perfectly edible but something of an acquired taste. Many people refuse to eat coyote because it looks so much like a domestic dog, while its reputation as a dirty animal puts others off.

    What do hunters do with coyote kills? ›

    While it is legal to kill coyotes, the proper way to dispose of them is to bring them to a landfill.

    What to do with coyote carcass after skinning? ›

    Any remaining parts or unused carcasses should be taken to a rendering plant, used for fertilizer, or buried.

    Is it OK to eat beef jerky everyday? ›

    In short, though beef jerky is a healthy snack, its best consumed in moderation. Most of your diet should come from whole, unprocessed foods. Though beef jerky is healthy, avoid eating too much of it, as it's high in sodium and may come with the same health risks that are linked to eating processed meats.

    Does coyote meat have parasites? ›

    Trichinella has also been detected in many other wild animals that are hunted, including coyotes, foxes, and raccoons.

    What does coyote meat taste like? ›

    The guys in this video do a much more careful job roasting a coyote, and they describe it as a fatty rich meat, that you'd have trouble telling apart from pork in a pulled coyote meat sandwich. It was protein, and thus it was satisfying after the hike in, and for that reason, I'd eat it again if I were hungry.

    Did Native Americans eat coyotes? ›

    The Plains Ojibwa (Chippewa) and Nicola people hunted and ate coyotes [16, 38]. Although the Kalispel did not pursue coyotes actively, they killed and ate them when they were encountered [5].

    How much is a coyote pelt worth? ›

    Wood's Trapping Today website includes a 2022-2023 fur price market forecast where he predicts best-quality heavy western coyotes to bring in approximately $30-$40 per pelt, while lower-quality eastern coyotes may only bring in $10-$25 per pelt. Good-quality raccoon pelts may bring in $10-$15.

    Has a coyote ever saved a human? ›

    On August 26, 1981, three-year-old Los Angeles resident Kelly Lynn Keen was dragged off her property and fatally wounded by an urban coyote before being rescued by her father.

    What gun is best for a coyote? ›

    223. One of the most popular and all-around calibers for predator hunting is the . 223 Remington. It is arguably the most used caliber for predators such bobcats, foxes, and primarily coyotes.

    How long can you wait to skin a coyote? ›

    How long can you wait to skin a coyote? Coyotes are smaller animals, and they can spoil pretty quickly if you don't skin them right away. As a general rule of thumb, you'll never want to wait longer than three days to skin a coyote — especially if you aren't storing it somewhere frozen.

    How long does it take for a coyote hide to dry? ›

    Pelts should be allowed to dry thoroughly before being removed from the stretcher. This may take several days if the weather is cool and damp. Some people prefer to hang pelts nose side down to dry.

    What do trappers do with coyotes? ›

    Those fur-trimmed parkas so common on city sidewalks have become a boon to backwoods trappers. Coyote fur pelts are in big demand to provide the lush, silvery or tawny-tinged arcs of fur on the hoods on Canada Goose coats and their many global imitators.

    Can I live off beef jerky? ›

    Feeding the entire planet on beef jerky for a year would require 15x the current number of cows alive on Earth. This is partially because jerky is such a dense preparation of beef. One could theoretically survive for an extended period on jerky alone.

    Is jerky healthier than chips? ›

    Both beef jerky and chips are both salty, savory, and delicious snacks. Beef jerky, however, is a much healthier option than chips with less calories, less fat, less carbs, and more protein.

    Why is beef jerky so expensive? ›

    Beef jerky is expensive because it's made of higher-quality, nutrient-dense ingredients that require a greater level of preparation than most other snack foods.

    Will a coyote chase a human? ›

    Coyotes are losing their fear of humans, which is further worsened by people intentionally or unintentionally feeding coyotes. In such situations, some coyotes have begun to act aggressively toward humans, chasing joggers and bicyclists, confronting people walking their dogs, and stalking small children.

    What kills coyotes? ›

    Gray wolves, cougars, American black and grizzly bears, American alligators, large Canada lynxes, and golden eagles eat coyotes. Regardless of its fierce hunting skills, the coyote sure knows its boundaries regarding the food chain.

    What eats a grizzly bear? ›

    If animals or humans try to harm grizzlies or their cubs, the bears can become violent quickly and will attack. About half of grizzly cubs do not live to reach adulthood because of diseases and grizzly predators that include mountain lions, wolves, and adult male grizzlies. Humans are the greatest threat to grizzlies.

    Can humans get diseases from coyotes? ›

    Distemper and canine hepatitis are the most common diseases occurring in coyotes. Rabies and tularemia also occur and may be transmitted to humans and other animals. Coyotes often carry parasites which include mites, ticks, fleas, worms and flukes.

    Do all coyotes have tapeworms? ›

    Here's a little bit of information to help you understand. The coyote tapeworm is Echinococcus multilocularis and has been diagnosed in a small number of dogs in Ontario since 2012. Recently it has been discovered that this tapeworm is present in about 25% of wild canids (foxes, coyotes).

    Which meat is most likely to have parasites? ›

    What are the most common food sources of parasites?
    • undercooked pork.
    • other undercooked or raw meats, such as beef.
    • raw fruits and vegetables.
    • raw or undercooked freshwater or marine fish.
    • raw or undercooked crustaceans or mollusks.
    • raw aquatic plants such as watercress.
    • unpasteurized cider and milk.
    Feb 17, 2022

    Why do people not eat coyote? ›

    People do not eat coyote for the same reasons that they do not eat other wild animals such as wolves and other canids—they are not considered a safe or desirable food source. Coyotes have been observed to scavenge on a wide range of foods including carrion, fruits, vegetables, small mammals, and even human garbage.

    Do coyotes like rotting meat? ›

    However, coyotes aren't squeamish, and their scavenging ways mean they're not opposed to eating rotten carcasses and spoiled meat, which can make their meat taste less than ideal. However, like most meat, when prepared correctly coyote can be as delicious as any beef or chicken you can get your hands on.

    What animal is sacred to Native American? ›

    The Buffalo, through giving its life and sharing every part of its being, showed the deep respect it had for the people. No animal was more important to the existence of Indigenous families than this animal, and its gift provided shelter, clothing and utensils for daily living.

    What did the Navajo believe about coyotes? ›

    Coyote is a key figure in Navajo mythology, representing both good and evil, humans and gods, and of course animals. He is unpredictable and am- bivalent, a characteristic of all these beings.

    What is the Native American name for coyote? ›

    Coyotl” is what the Nahua people called this animal, which is considered a “trickster” by various Native North American cultures.

    What is the cheapest animal fur? ›

    Rabbit is also the cheapest of all fur with standard rabbit jackets worth around $100–160 new ($20–$40 used), and rex rabbit worth $300–400 new ($80 used). If a rabbit fur garment is shedding fur this means that it is dry rotted and can no longer be repaired.

    What are bobcat hides worth? ›

    These bobcats, from Canada and parts of the Lower 48 outside of the top Western sections, may continue to bring averages of $60-90. However, any weakness in the market could send these prices down to the $30-50 range. Nobody seems interested in Red Fox or Greys. They'll probably fetch around $10 on average.

    How many coyote pelts does it take to make a blanket? ›

    For this project, I would be working with 6 pelts with a pretty drastic size difference from largest to smallest, making my task of creating a uniform blanket a bit more challenging. Knowing what I know now, I would definitely aim for approximately 10-12 pelts.

    Do barking dogs scare coyotes? ›

    Dogs can smell and communicate with wildlife, including coyotes, via howling, barking, whimpering, sniffing, eye contact, and body language. Barking can pique a coyote's interest, though the sound is more likely to scare a coyote away after they notice a human presence.

    How aggressive are coyotes? ›

    Although coyotes have been known to attack humans (and pets) and as such are a potential danger to people, especially children, risks are minimal and we feel that the majority of attack incidents could be reduced or prevented through modification of human behavior.

    What will a coyote do if it sees a human? ›

    Coyotes are naturally timid animals and will usually flee at the sight of a human. If they linger or approach, it's time to begin “hazing.” This is a term applied to the following actions that can be taken to scare coyotes and chase them away: Be as big and loud as possible. Do not run or turn your back.

    Where do you aim on a coyote? ›

    Coyotes differ a little from some big game animals in how they are built. The heart sits further forward in the chest cavity in a coyote than it does in most big game animals. As a result, the best place for a clean kill shot on a coyote is right through the front shoulder.

    What time of day are coyotes most active? ›

    Coyotes are not strictly nocturnal. They may be observed during the day, but are generally more active after sunset and at night. You may see and hear coyotes more during mating season (January - March) and when the young are dispersing from family groups (October - January).

    What time is best for coyote hunting? ›

    Time of Day: Coyotes are nocturnal hunters by nature, making dawn and dusk the optimal hunting times as they head out in search of food. Night hunting is also becoming more popular as this is the time when coyotes tend to be most active, however their activity during the day increases as it gets colder.

    How far away can a coyote smell a human? ›

    This powerful nose is also used to distinguish dangerous predators, including hunters, and it is believed that coyotes can smell such predators from over a mile away.

    Are coyotes difficult to hunt? ›

    While many people consider them pests, coyotes are actually one of the most fun and challenging animals to successfully hunt. They can be hard to find, hard to get close to, and ultimately hard to kill.

    How much is a tanned coyote hide worth? ›

    Heavy western coyote pelts are worth between $70 and $100. Eastern coyote pelts usually go for between $30 and $40. Southern coyote pelts and low-quality pelts are likely to be worth $10-15. Coyote pelts can be sold on e-commerce sites, to a local buyer, or at an auction.

    Do you wash a hide after salting? ›

    The skin will be soft and pliable, and the process will also remove bacteria. To cure cowhide, lay it flat on a clean surface. Rub it with rock salt on all sides. Let it sit for a couple of weeks, then rinse and dry it.

    How much does it cost to get a coyote hide tanned? ›

    Standard Tanning
    75+ PELTS11 to 74FUR TYPE
    $11.50$14.50Mink(Wild), Marten, Nutria Ranch mink +$5.00
    $16.00$19.00Raccoon, Skunk
    $19.50$22.00Red Fox, Grey Fox, Fisher
    $22.50$26.50Coyote, Farm Fox
    3 more rows

    What to do with a coyote once killed? ›

    While it is legal to kill coyotes, the proper way to dispose of them is to bring them to a landfill.

    Which state has the most coyotes? ›

    Coyotes (Canis latrans) are found through most of California. The California Department of Fish and Game estimates a population range of 250,000 to 750,000 individuals. Coyotes are very adaptable and inhabit most areas of the state with the exception of the centers of major metropolitan areas.

    Why do ranchers shoot coyotes? ›

    The practice of coyote hunting protects livestock, controls populations, and helps farmers and ranchers, along with the ecosystem as a whole. To deer hunters, coyote hunting challenges hunting ability, promotes hunting practice in the off-season, and protects vulnerable wildlife.

    What animal makes the best jerky? ›

    Jerky made from the Tibetan yak meat is the finest available. This jerky is higher in protein and lower in calories and fat than beef, to which many compare its flavor. Yak is lower in calories when compared with bison, elk and even skinless chicken breast! It is an extremely lean meat.

    What is the best meat for jerky? ›

    The best meat for jerky are Top Round, Bottom Round, Lifter and Pectoral, but a variety of cuts can be used such as Flank Steak and Skirt Steak. These cuts of beef check all the boxes for beef jerky—economical, lean, and full of flavor.

    What kind of jerky did cowboys eat? ›

    Cowboys made their beef jerky by cutting cow meat into thin strips. While flank steak is the primary cut of beef used today for commercially made jerky, in the 1800s cowboys were far less discriminatory about the cut of beef they used. If it was edible, they used it.

    How do you make coyote taste good? ›

    But the reason it has a strong flavor is because they grilled it and over cooked it.” Coyote is perfectly suited for the grind. Grind this meat up and utilize it in any meal that would normally call for ground meat. It's great for chili, spaghetti, casseroles, and more.

    What animal is Jack Link's beef jerky? ›


    Unlike some other jerky brands, we craft protein snacks with 100% beef, turkey, chicken and pork. We use the leanest cuts of meat, slice them into snack-worthy strips and then follow a 100-year-old family recipe to perfectly craft our jerky.

    Is jerky actually healthy? ›

    Yes, beef jerky is healthy and has many health benefits including weight loss. When consumed in moderation as part of a balanced diet, beef jerky is an excellent snack food that is low calorie, high in protein, and a good source of vitamins and minerals including zinc, iron, choline, and Vitamin B12.

    Do cowboys eat beef jerky? ›

    Jerky became a staple for cowboys and pioneers because they could hunt anywhere along their trail and dry any leftover meat before moving on. While the American wilds were settled long ago, cowboys and pioneers at heart still turn to jerky for its nostalgia.

    Is it cheaper to make your own beef jerky? ›

    Making your own beef jerky at home is not only incredibly simple, but it is also much much cheaper than buying store-bought jerky. Plus, you'll be able to control all the ingredients that go into making it; no weird stabilizers or unpronounceable additives.

    Is jerky better smoked or dehydrated? ›

    Yet, most people don't realize that there is a better way to make jerky than your typical dehydrated meat: the best beef jerky is smoked to perfection.

    How long does homemade jerky last? ›

    Homemade beef jerky, on the other hand, should last one to two months if you store it in an airtight container after making it. If you store beef jerky in a Ziplock bag in your pantry, it'll last about a week. And, if you store your beef jerky in the fridge, you can expect it to last one to two weeks.

    How did cowboys keep meat from spoiling? ›

    They placed the meat on a layer of salt and covered it with more salt, sometimes mixed with pepper and brown sugar. Salt draws moisture out of meat and thus stops the process of rotting.

    What did cowboys drink in saloons? ›

    Cowboys never had a reputation for being very sophisticated connoisseurs. The whiskey they drank was simply fuel for the saloons' many other pastimes, whatever those happened to be. Quality and flavor among whiskies in the late 1800s varied widely.

    What is a ramrod cowboy? ›

    The ramrod on a cattle drive was the second or third in command. The trail boss hired a ramrod and team, and then the ramrod handled the general command of the team of wranglers. The ramrod directed the wranglers with whatever orders he received from the trail boss.

    Can you eat wild bobcat? ›

    Bobcat meat is very similar to that of pork. It holds many of the same textures and flavors that pork holds. It's mild, lean and tender when cooked correctly. It takes on any flavor you introduce to it, this is why slow cooking it, really is the best way.

    What do you do with a perfect coyote? ›

    The Perfect Coyote Pelt can be used along with a Perfect Ox Hide to craft the Coyote Scout Jacket in the Bronco Buster Garment at the Trapper. The Perfect Coyote Pelt can be used to craft Coyote Gambler's Hat in the Night Wrangler Garment at the Trapper.


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