Many of us think of native, indigenous cattle as one that loiters the road, skinny, sick, eating posters. We are not aware of our cattle. Am providing a list and Link towards the close of this article. Broadly speaking India has pure breeds numbering 37. These are classified regionwise. There are sub classification as well. … Continue reading 92 Varieties Tamil Nadu Bulls Reason For Cattle Conspiracy.
But why is that they have not raised their voice against Cow Slaughter? Why not against the killing of Goats during Bakrid? Is beating one with self with chains during Muharram is not cruelty? If you extend their Logic,they should have moved the court to ban non vegetarian food on the ground of cruelty to the animals killed. Now read a description of how the Jallikkattu pettion and other Hindu harming cases moved in the courts
And even acknowledging that PETA is often the first to rescue pets when heat waves and hurricanes hit, that doesn't change the fact that, at one of its shelters, it kills 84 percent of supposedly "unadoptable" animals within 24 hours of their arrival...PETA’s cash donation to the terrorist Earth Liberation Front..The group euthanized (killed) more than 1,900 animals in 2003 alone — that’s over 85 percent of the animals it received. In fact, from July 1998 through the end of 2003, PETA killed over 10,000 dogs, cats, and other “companion animals” at its Norfolk, Virginia headquarters. That’s more than five animals every day.
The second group is the dairy lobby, which wants all native breeds to be eradicated. Events like jallikattu throw a spanner in their plans of creating commercial dairy farms with imported breeds just like in the West. Beef exporters also benefit from a ban on jallikattu and other events. Farmers bring their cattle to be sold in weekly/monthly and annual shandies. Brokers will take the cattle from the farmers and hold them to be displayed to prospective buyers. Buyers fall into 3-4 categories: (1) The jallikattu enthusiast who will buy the bulls and male calves mostly; (2) Buyers of oxen for farming/transport; (3) Buyers of cows for breeding and household usage; (4) Beef traders who are mos
In November 1990 LIFE magazine published a photograph of a young man named David Kirby — his body wasted by AIDS, his gaze locked on something beyond this world — surrounded by anguished family members as he took his last breaths. The haunting image of Kirby on his death bed, taken by a journalism student … Continue reading The Face of AIDS, That Changed AIDS