In the Măgura „Buduiasca” („Boldul lui Moș Ivănuș”) settlement, the first Neolithic inhabitants (Starčevo-Criș I) had settled in the ‘Bold’, and in a later stage of early Neolithic (Starčevo-Criș III) the inhabitance had extended henceforth to the entire ‘Buduiasca’ area where it also endured during middle Neolithic (Dudești and Vădastra). Among the studied archaeological levels, Dudești is representative for the hard animal materials industry. It has been processed in particular the bone coming mostly from domestic animals (Bos taurus, Ovis aries/Capra hircus) and less the Sus scrofa tooth and Cervidae antler. It is evident the correspondence between animal species exploited in the settlement and the blanks selected for the hard animal materials industry. The archaeological assemblage consists of 233 pieces, being present the four product and sub-product categories of the technological schemes of transformation. Typological, it is diversified but the finished products are subject to especially domestic and aesthetic scope, being absent the ones specific for the hunting activities. Dudești community processed in situ their toolkit, probably in an opportunistic manner, by recovering of blanks from the culinary wastes. The aim of this study is to reconstruct a behavioral model concerning the modalities of raw material acquisition, the processing techniques and the activities developed with them for, in the end, we are able to outlining an economic pattern of the Dudești community from Măgura „Buduiasca” („Boldul lui Moș Ivănuș”) (Teleorman county) settlement.