The skin of the cow.
Cow hide is thicker than sheep hide.
The average cow hide has several cubic yards of area. It can be calculated by laying the cow hide flat and measuring the area.
Buffalo hide is a bit stronger than cow hide. Sometimes deer hide or lamb hide is used but they are not as tough as cow hide.
The hide of a cow is its skin and hair. Cowhide is often used to make fashionable products such as shoes and leather jackets.
The weight of the average cow hide is around 55 pounds. The weight of the average bull hide is around 72 pounds.
Cow Bellies are double parts of a cow hide. They are double pieces of flanks of a cow hide. Wet Salted Cow Bellies are cut from wet salted cow hides, to be used as raw materials to be tanned for glove leather.
The hide of an animal is its skin. From cow hide we get leather.
As long as the cow thinks it is necessary to hide that calf. Usually a cow will hide her calf for a week or two after birth until the calf is strong enough to be up, running and playing with the other calves.
Today's basketballs are made out of rubber, not cow hide.