Cowhide is the real, unbleached hair and skin of a cow. It holds on to the natural coloring of the animal. Cowhide is the byproduct of the meat and beef industry. It is often processed into leather. Now often this leather is used in making shoes, wallets, bags, leather jackets, belts, etc.
Goat leather, also known as Morocco leather is popular among people because of its mildness, strength and lightweight. The natural attributes of goat leather are that it is very soft and supple and can be water resistant. Goat skin is widely used in the fashion industry these days to make gloves, shoes and other important items.
Buffalo leather also called English Saddle Leather, is made by tanning the hides of the 74 species of domestic buffalo. It is domesticated in India and other parts of the world and is used to pull the ploughs and carts in India. In the present day, there is a population of 194 million domesticated buffalo globally, out of which 97% are reared in Asia. The reason behind the huge demand of buffaloes is also because it gives more milk than cows.