After the hunt trophies are measured by a state commission. This usually happens in the hunting lodge and in the presence of the hunter, who then completes and signs the protocol for evaluation. Typically, trophies of red deer, fallow deer and roe deer are measured 24 hours after boiling and cleaning. The price for trophy of red deer and fallow deer is calculated based on the weight of antlers with skull, including the lower jaw. For roe deer, a 90-gram discount is deducted.
Export documents and veterinary certificates (including CITES permits, if necessary) for are usually prepared immediately after the evaluation of the trophy and, if possible, are issued prior to the hunter’s departure.