Prairie Mountain Wildlife Studio
Chris and Felicia Cammack


Prairie Mountain Wildlife Studio Chris and Felicia Cammack




The panels that PMWS manufacture are made of an eighth inch High density Poly, backed with an inch and a half of high density polyurethane.

By using the rino lining type material as the outer layer the rocks have strike resistance, making it very hard to penetrate. This is one more area PMWS stands out above the Competition.

The Competition makes their rocks out of foam making the rocks very easy to penetrate, and making them easy to brake if stepped on. By backing the High Density Poly material with foam it gives the artificial rocks strength to withstand weight.

When the rocks are finished they are tough enough to be walked on, the surface is cleanable, and they have all of the detail of real rocks because they were made from molds taken off real rocks


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