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Cow Skins


See the back views and a size comparison with a soda can of each of the cow hides (from left to right):
Hereford, Speckled, Solid Black, White, Holstein and Brindle

Please note that this current website does not have a shopping cart. To buy our Cow Skins online, please go to our e-commerce website at NaturalExotics.ca.

We scour the world for the best quality cow hides available. Our hides have been tumbled between two to four days to ensure that they are soft and supple. The skins have been chrome-tanned, and they come in various natural colors. All of the cow hides are approximately 1/8" (3 mm) thick. 

Order Code Description Size Price each
CR-62-S-xx Cow Skin:Small:Gallery 24-29 sq. ft. (~5.5' long by 4' wide) See gallery items on NaturalExotics.ca
CR-62-M-xx Cow Skin:Medium:Gallery 30-39 sq.ft. (~6' long by 5' wide)
CR-62-L-xx Cow Skin:Large:Gallery 40-49 sq. ft. (~7' long by 6' wide)
CR-62-XL-xx Cow Skin:X-Large:Gallery 50+ sq. ft. (~7.25' long by 6.5' wide or more)
 
CR-62-Gxxxx Cow Skin:Assorted Sizes:Gallery Please see individual skins for size

Genus and species: Bos taurus. Ranch.

Cows are not endangered and are not subject to CITES controls. The hides are a by-product of the food industry.  The cows are not killed just for their hides.

There are no export controls for this item.

Product of Columbia

Cow Hide - Colors and Styles

The natural cow skins come in a variety of colors and styles:

  • • Brindle (light to dark brown)
  • • Hereford (reddish brown and white)
  • • Holstein(white with large black or brown spots)
  • • Exotic or Tri-Color (unusual and unique coloring, often multiple shades of one color or a brindle that is broken up by white space or speckles)
  • • Salt & Pepper (white with black or brown speckles)
  • • Speckled (white with small black or brown speckles)
  • • Solid or Mostly Solid colors (e.g. black, brown, gray, or rarely white)

Care Instructions for Your Cow Hide

To remove any dirt, brush along the nap (in the direction of the hair, not backwards) using a bristle comb or horse brush.  To clean spills or extra dirty areas, use a very small amount of shampoo on a damp sponge.  Sponge along the nap repeatedly.  Rinse the sponge to remove the shampoo and dirt and repeat until the hide is cleaned.  Dry using a towel running along the nap.

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