Time vs. Money though - how many more carcass can you get with the time tracking down players who pay more profit? Is it worth it to make possibly 2-3x what the NPC pays for the valuable subset of your stuff from a PC? If you have a house vendor, different story (as long as the vendor works and you do not lose your gold or mats)
A lot of hunter/tamer/butcher use the NPC vendors for that very reason, and likely why some butchers mats are priced so high. I would expect with easier trade tools, prices will come down due to greater supply, especially if they delete the NPC vendor that buys all the meat and bone that nobody actually uses.
On Shore Prower I topped out at 350 Compact Horn, not 3500....small typo there! Now 3500 would have been profitable!
The OP has vendor prices in it, let me add the Shore Prower stuff that was missing. It is good to know what the NPC pays if you are selling on the PC market so you can establish your markup. Generally the NPC sells for 5x his buy cost on butcher mats, that is if he is not out of slots and does not flush it.
More profit per carcass sure, but more profit per hour not sure.
I could player sell the scales at 3x vendor cost, or I could catch another one and make same gold by selling 2x carcass to vendor. - so it comes down to how much time or effort it takes to sell. In Toxai this is fast to farm, tough to sell; in Bak-ti is slow to farm, fast to sell.
I hope only the price tags are not working, since everything else works on my screen. I am too nub to edit it all. And with too nub i mean i don't have the time to clean it all up.
Thank you for pointing out my typo.
Also, animals were butchered with maxed lores and all that stuff.