Rawhide


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rawhide

[′rȯ‚hīd]
(materials)
Untanned animal hide that has been dried or treated with a preservative.

Rawhide

 

a type of untanned leather, in which the fibers are divided by means of various chemical, fermentative, or mechanical treatments and are maintained in that state by the introduction of greases. According to the type of raw material, a distinction is made between cowhide, pigskin, and so on. Because of its great flexibility, it is used to manufacture harness and saddle articles and various industrial products, such as drive belts and laces. In this connection, rawhide is classified as belting, conveyor, or lace rawhide.

Rawhide

series depicting cowboys as cattle-punchers along the Santa Fe trail. [TV: Terrace, II, 235]
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Only use rawhides made in the USA, due to potential disease problems.
Some of the manufacturing facilities used quaternary ammonium compounds that are not approved for rawhide production in the United States and are linked to health problems in dogs, including gastric irritation, diarrhea and vomiting.
"The old way" of making rawhide was accomplished by staking the scraped hide to the ground with the dermis or flesh side up and hair side down.
Recently, in an effort to increase ag operation revenues and hopefully one day get Becky on the farm full-time, the Roberts started a fencing and custom gate building company known as Rawhide Fencing Services, LLC.
Rawhide, the company explains, is the inner hide from a cow or other animal that has undergone chemical processing to remove hair and other material.
The .22 LR Rawhide is available with a 4.75-, 5.5-, or 7.5-inch barrel.
GoGo Pet Products Peanut Butter Rawhide Chips from Artvark are made from top quality beef hide basted in natural peanut butter flavors.
As Rawhide 54 was placed into tension and came up on power, the starboard final checker and I scanned the aircraft from back to front, looking for leaks or other things amiss that might prevent the aircraft from safely taking off.
Birds section leader Kellie Piper said: "Parrots will chew through anything they can, so rawhide is perfect for helping their natural instincts.
Rawhide mine employees logged more than 442,000 hours without a lost-time incident and shipped 14.7 million tons of coal this past year.
Sue Youngman, left, and Eileen Lankow at the Rawhide school where Eileen works
These rawhide-free treats are perfect for the four-to-five out of 10 consumers who prefer not to feed their dogs rawhide, say officials for the New York-based company.