When it comes to cowhides, size matters. As a supplier of cowhide products, we often get asked why our cowhides are larger than those of other suppliers. There are a few reasons for this, which we'll explore in this post.
First of all, it's important to understand that cowhide is a natural product. The size of each hide is determined by the size of the animal it came from. Therefore, there will always be some variation in size from one hide to the next.
However, there are some things we can do as a supplier to ensure that we are offering larger cowhides than our competitors. One of the key factors is our sourcing process. We work with ranchers and farmers who raise their animals in large, open pastures. These animals have more room to move around and grow, which can result in larger hides.
In addition to sourcing from larger animals, we also take care during the tanning process to preserve the natural size of the hide. Some tanners will trim the edges of the hide to make it more uniform in shape, but we prefer to leave the natural edges intact. This allows us to offer larger hides with unique shapes and patterns.
Another factor that sets us apart is our commitment to quality. We carefully inspect each hide before it is shipped out to ensure that it meets our standards. This includes checking for any blemishes or defects that could affect the size or overall quality of the hide.
Finally, we understand that size matters to our customers. Many of our customers are looking for large cowhides to use as rugs or upholstery, and we are happy to provide them with the size they need. We offer a wide range of sizes, including some of the largest cowhides available on the market.
There are a few key factors that contribute to our larger cowhides. Our sourcing process, commitment to quality, and dedication to preserving the natural size of the hide all play a role. If you're in the market for a large cowhide, we encourage you to give us a try and see the difference for yourself.
You can explore our wide selection of cowhide rugs here.